Where is the fuseable link on a 1989 Chevy Caprice?
At The Battery Junction Block And At The Starter Solenoid
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Answer . If it has one, it will be located in the tail stock on the left side of the transmission. If your speedo is broken, usually it is the cable that has failed. And, if it has cruise control, the section from the cruise control to the dash would be bad..
Fuel fuse and relay location . \nThere is a black box about 3" on a side on the driver-side shock mount tower, it should have a positive terminal near it. The top of the box will say something like Fuel relay, when you remove it, it has a relay and the fuel pump fuse. You can remove the fuse an…d run the engine dry to de-pressurize the fuel rails so you can change the fuel filter back by the gas tank. Good Luck (MORE)
Answer . \nThe fusable links are ususally located about 5 to 6 inches away from the starter on the harness.
Answer . the light bulb is accessed from the under side of the car bulb is removed by turning the socket 1/4 turn counter clockwise. Answer . If you are talking about the 3rd brakelight, Unscrew the brakelight mount and turn it so it is easy to unscrew the bulb first. Then unscrew the bulb,… it may take a few tries to get it out. If you still have problems unscrew the top of the mount (they're the only screws left on the mount) then try to remove the bulb. (MORE)
Open up the trunk lid, find the Phillips screws above the tail lights and the whole tail light bucket will pull out as one piece. Light sockets are behind.
as far as i know, it should be the orange part of the wire between the alternator and a cylindrical white plastic thing, then the wire turns into a red heavier gauge wire that goes along the wiring harness to the fire wall, pull quite hard on the orange part of the wire if if comes apart the fusable… wire inside has been burnt up, off to the junkyard cut one out of a doner leaving lots of room to solder on the red part of the wire (MORE)
Answer . \nIf you are talking about the low side for the AC system. there should be 2 ports.\nThe port that is on the largest diameter line is the low side.
Answer . | ---------\n. \nFor your 1989 CHEVROLET CAPRICE:\n. \nFIRING ORDER \n. \n. \nFIRING ORDER 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 --------- \n. \ndistributor rotates clockwise.\nyou can try autozone.com and click… on specs. (MORE)
The fusible links on my '89 Z24 are located at the starter solenoid where the end of the positive battery cable attaches to the large terminal. There may be a fusible link near the positive battery cable in the 10 gauge wire (not the heavy gauge one). Good luck.
Answer . \nReplacing a heater core isn't the worst job as many people make it out to be. Perhaps the most difficult part is that you have to be a contorsionist as you have to lay on your back on the passenger side floor.\n. \nRight above where the passenger's feet would go is a panel. Use a nu…t driver to remove all the hex screws. I believe they are 7/16". Pull the panel off and then there is a black, pan-looking thing also held on by the same size hex screws. Remove all of them and the brace and pull the pan off. Look up there and you will see the heater core bigger than Dallas. You will have to disconnect the leads from under the hood then pull the thing out. I wouldn't even drain the radiator but you need to be careful not to have it leak all over.\n. \nPut in the new core and rehook everything up. Run the engine up to temeperature with the heater and fan on full. Top off your collant and you are good to go.\n. \nMy difficulty rating on this job is 3 out of 10. Should take you around 2-3 hours at the most.\n. \nVBdenny (MORE)
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cables and bootcovers, remove and dispose of the old spark plugs. Next, put in thenew spark plugs, attach the boot covers and cables and reconnectthe battery.
Answer . \nDISCONNECT THE BATTERY TERMINALS!!! The mounting blots that go through the alternator need to be removed (some are star bits) and then remove the two electrical connections, one a clip-on one a bolt-on grounding wire.\n. \nBe careful NOT to get shocked or short out your new alternator…, the battery terminals must be disconnected. (MORE)
Answer . \nThe speedometer is probably not working because the cable broke. One end hooks to the back of the instrument panel, the other to the transmission. Although it may seem like a huge job, it actually just involves some fairly easily disassembly. \nRemove the dash pad by taking out the …7mm screws underneath the lip and the two on the sides by the doors then it lifts off. You will then see the screws that hold the instrument panel in place. Remove that and pull it away and unscrew the cable from the back. The other end at the transmission will leak fluid when you remove it so be prepared with something to block the hole.\n. \nIn the event that it is not the cable, once you are at this point you cna easily replace it with one from a junkyard. As usual, I suggest that you spent a morning at a junkyard learning how to remove the instrument panel so that if you screw it up, nothing is hurt. Look for a Pick'n'Pull near you as they are really good yards.\n. \nMeanwhile, try to avoid a speeding ticket as cops will not believe you when you tell them it is broken. Cost me $125 one time.\n. \nVBdenny (MORE)
Answer . \nA vaccum leak simply means vaccum is leaking.And as far as fixing it you have to find it first it could be a hose with a hole in it. or a loose hose. theres many ways to find the vaccum leak. To put it easier think of a vaccum cleaner being hooked to a bunch of hoses anywhere theres s…uction besides the open ends would be a vaccum leak. (MORE)
Answer . First and foremost, always disconnect the Negative battery cable when working on any electrical part. The starter for V* Chevys are located where the engine and tranny come together on the passenger side. Either put the car on ramps, or if you can't get it to start at all, use good ja…ck stands, and in either case chock the back wheels. There are two sets of wires. They are both on the face of the solenoid, which is the smaller of the two cylinders. It is about the size of a RED BULL can. The top set of wires is connected by a 3/8" nut... not sure about the size on that, but it's pretty small nonetheless. Unscrew that and remove the wires, do not lose that nut. Then, The second set of wires is under a 9\16" nut below the top one. Unscrew that nut and remove those wires. \nThere are two 9\16" bolts holding the starter in place. Use a ratchet and a socket to remove these. First break one loose, then the other. Don't completely remove any one bolt. Back one off some, then the other. Don't lay directly beneath the starter. The starter is very heavy, and I would use a small jack to help me keep it in place. once you get the bolts removed, lower the jack until you can manage the starter on your own. Installation is the reverse of removal. Good luck. P.S. I don't know your level of experience, that is why I wrote it so that you could easily understand. (MORE)
Answer . Are you certain you have a carburetor? 74% of the Caprices that year used TBI or throttle body injection. Check the VIN code, 8th digit for a "E", the most common engine, a 305. As long as it is not a "Y", or 307, you have injection.
Answer . \nThis vehicle is 17 years old, and as such, I would just replace all vacuum lines in the engine compartment, including the brake booster line. Very inexpensive repair and you can bet the lines need replacing. Purchase enough feet of each size hose to do them all. Replace them one at a …time as to not get confused. After replacing them all, if you still have a leak, it may be the brake booster. The diaphragm may be busted. Also there may be vacuum lines under the dash. To find that leak, use a small propane torch. Do not light the torch, just start the engine and let it idle. Turn on the torch and when you put it near a vacuum line that is leaking the engine will speed up. Make sure to open all doors and only do this for 1 minute at a time. (MORE)
Answer . \nit mean oil is leaking at the top of the engine and it can go onto the exhaust and smoke when start up and smell inside and leave oil puddle in your drive way
Answer . Theres a spot that says "Radio" under the steering wheel with the rest of the fuses.
Answer . Look in the owners manual which gives a description of all the fuses and what they serve
Answer . \nDepends on how much money you want to spend. Aside from opening the engine up and doing a complete re-bore, with new heads, no one thing will increase power very much. Each thing you do adds to the equation. Dual exhaust will help, but not much. Free flow air filter will help but only… at high rpms. This engine has too little power for this size car. The 350 would be a better choice. Go to www.summitracing.com for some ideas. (MORE)
How I do it . I don't know how to take the bezzel off but if you're changing the headlight you reach up under the bumper and carefully pull it out. It's cramped but can be done.
The answer is simple. It's all in the trim. The Caprice for that year was basic. Nothing, if anything, powered. Mostly manual windows, bench seat, manual to move seats, just a plain car. The Classics and Broughams were the elite or more classy and better powered versions. In the law enforcement comm…unities, all caprice models were used. For more information, take a look at www.9c1.net. (MORE)
on the left thing that sticks out of your steering wheel.. the one that controls the wiper blades n such.. turn your lights on n then pull it back towards to n click it on.. to turn it off do the same.
1 8 3 4 6 5 7 2 ---cylinders 1 3 5 7 on driver's side front to rear. cylinders 2 4 6 8 on pass side front to rear.
The fusible link on a starter motor is designed to prevent too muchcurrent from reaching the starter. This can lead to permanentdamage for even total failure.
Who said it. Caprice is never lack of power in any driving condition experienced I got a brougham LS 1989 it can accelerate from 0-100 kmh in just 9 sec which is enough for a 2 ton of car can you imagine the momentum of caprice traveling at 100kmh which is 55,000 kg m/s it is far much better than 12… sec which is of suburban 2005 ya now you seems to get the answer any thing you want to know about this car : email@example.com (MORE)
Its likely it is the power window relay switch, located on the right hande side under the glove box, i think its called a kick panel, but its located behind the computer control module.
The oil pan is in the center, almost directly between the two front tires. When you look under your car, you can see two pans. The oil pan will be the smaller of the two, more to the front, and will have a bolt in the corner of it.
it depends on which model caprice u have. best idea is to take it to a tire shop
the 89 Chevy caprice can come in both caburated or fuel injected models but most standard 305 ci models come in tpi fuel injectin witch looks like a cab but really its a primative fule injection system
70% are fuel injection. 1989 is the last year carbeautors where made and da first year fuel injection was created... my Chevy capric classic 89 is a fuel injection
I have a 89 Chevy caprice. When I had my fuel pump changed, they had to drop the tank...it was in the tank.
good luck! I've been lookin for one about a year now n all I find are the gold ones for bout 50 bucks on ebay, I need the chrome one but cant find it.
IS THE FUSE IN IT BLOWN? If not get a battery and a test light. You will probably have to cut the fuseable link out. touch one wire end to the battery and make a circuit with it, if the test light doesn't light up and the fuse isn't blown it is bad
It should be located on the passenger side under the dash; it is just to the right of where the passenger's side right foot would be. It should be behind a plastic cover which should be removable by a couple of screws. It's the metal box with a ton of wires connected to it.
The egr valve is on the passenger side of the throttlebody, after you remove the air cleaner, alittle towards the firewall.
A 1989 Chevrolet Caprice had low gearing, and an overdrive that would put the cars RPM at highway speeds very low. This being said I believe with enough time and a good drivetrain, a top speed of 140-150 mph is possible. Make sure for god sake that the road is straight, not the best handling vehicle…. (MORE)
First thing you take the horn assembly apart, usally two screws holding the face on from the rear of the wheel, then gently take the horn assembly, it's springs, wires, ect., take note how these things came apart, remove the large bolt holding the wheel on, get yourself what's called a "crows foot" …wheel puller, rent it at any auto zone, use that to pull the wheel off, under that you'll run into the turn signal assembly, take that out with ease also, might be a circle clip holding the notched washer above a large spring that gives tension to the tilt wheel, if your car has one, if not skip this, you should see the ign lock assembly, there's small bolt or sometimes a pin the holds the lock in place, remove that and it'll slide right out, reverse to replace.\n. \njr (MORE)
Yes, but you will need to change the prom in the computer and you may need to make adjustments to the fuel system to compensate for the larger fuel injectors.
This car is computer controlled, and assuming it has the Chevy 305 it is also fuel injected. There is probably a problem in the computer controls causing it not to idle. Do not attempt to adjust idle, as it will not fix it, and may cause other issues when the innitial problem is diagnosed and repair…ed. (MORE)
a fuseable link is just a length of wire that will carry a certain load. check the awg (american wire guage) ratings and install that size wire at the power source of that circuit
1989 Aero Cruiser motor Home With 360 Dodge Engine Backfired and won't turn over only half fuses are working Are there fuseable links?
yes they are fuseable links you should have one at the starter but if it backfired i would check the timing gears and chain to make sure you didnt mess the gears up and that it didnt jump timing
Depending on how much hp, new mounts, fans, fuel system, tank, tranny, rear end, trans cooler, and possibly hood. About 6-10k for 600-650 hp
Near the blower motor there is a silver colored relay, follow the purple wire on the blower back. Replace the relay you should be good to go.
A quick test without an ohm meter would be to pull on the suspected fuseable link wire. If it is blown it will stretch line a rubber band.
My Chilton manual shows that there are three fusible links in a 1984 Celebrity. They are in lines that come directly off of the positive wire, and have red insulation. One is in the feed to the ignition switch. Another is in the wire to the coolant fan relay. The other one is in the wire to th…e blower relay. I would expect they would all be found in the engine compartment. (MORE)
The special Fuesable link wire is sold by the 10 foot (3 meter) roll for less than 10 dollars, then you make your own. Going to the dealer and buying a special one for your car can cost over $40 in some cases.
It will fit but you will have to get a shorter driveshaft. The truck transmissions are longer then a passenger car transmission.
To put 24s on your 1989 B-Body Caprice lift kit is actually quiteeasy and with minimal lifting to use a car lift kit. First you willwant to use lifta cups underneath your stock springs, werecommended cups instead of lifted springs because your stocksprings are built to compress correctly to the weig…ht of yourvehicle. You will also want www.liftabrand.com extendedshocks for added ride quality, your stock shocks are not built tostay extended this far. Your front end will occasionally havecamber or alignment issues causing you to needwww.liftabrand.com extended front upper control arms to makesure you can align your caprice correctly and to make sure yourtires don't have negative or positive camber. Extended uppercontrol arms also allow the arms to curve around your frame makingsure they will not come in contact with your frame. If you haveissues with the rear tires moving inwards towards your vehicle toadjust your pinion angle and make sure your rear end stays centeredin your wheel wells, you will need www.liftabrand.comadjustable extended rear trailing arms. Any other donk lift kit orcar lift kit questions please don't hesitate to call us at877-995-4382 or visit us at www.liftabrand.com (MORE)