The 4.3L is a 265 C.I. 8 cylinder engine was used in the 94-95 Caprice and Impala's
As for the chip..
It should be an inline filter on the passenger side located under the car near the rear door.
Doesn't have one so let's just say you did! PapaJohn
Short answer: no. A clogged fuel filter can cause difficulty starting, poor performance, and inability to maintain speed. These symptoms have very little to do with fuel economy. Change the air filter instead.
Kind does not matter but the weight does. It requires 5 quarts of 5W-30 with the filter change.
Should be under the car on i believe the passenger side, it is one of the canister filters. Fairly simple to change.
behind the rear plate
You will need to drop the transmission pan and replace the gasket. While you're at it, replace the filter and clean the pan.
I'm assuming that you mean the cabin air filter not the A/C filter, however there is no cabin air filter in a caprice, i have owned several of them. Air Sponge Filter co. offers a full line of furnace filters, air conditioning and ac filters for home or office. http://www.airsponge.com
the fuel filter is on the carb. you have to take off the fuel line
A 1994 Chevy Caprice which has lost all power has the ignition timing set incorrectly, bad spark plugs, or a dirty fuel filter. If all components in the engine do not work perfectly in sync, power and performance are easily lost.
its located on the bottom of the air filter
A clean fuel filter ensures trouble free performance of your car. Dust is the number enemy of your engine. Fuel going through an old filter will get slowed down and works your fuel pump harder. This is why you should change your fuel filter every once in a while.
on the side of the carb. look for the word filter and an arrow near a inlet nut...unscrew the nut and out pops the filter!
It MAY help the performance of your transmission if it needs to be serviced (fluid and filter/screen change). However, it will not increase the performance of your engine.
Inside the carburetor, where the gas line connects.
5qts. with a new filter.
Yes because the fuel required by the engine is restricted thus slowing it down.
I use Penzoil high mileage in my 105,000 mile LT1 caprice with an AC Delco filter. You can get a 5 qt jug for around $13 at walmart.
The fuel filter is located under the driver's side on the frame just forward of the fuel tank. The fuel pressure will have to be bled off at the schrader valve on the fuel rail. It will also require a special tool to disconnect the fuel line from the filter.
The fuel filter is located on the frame on the driver's side just forward of the gas tank. It will require a special tool to release the fuel line from the filter. You must first release the fuel pressure from the system by depressing the schrader valve on the fuel rail.
The fuel filter is located on the passenger side frame rail just ahead of the rear wheel. Drivers side, mounted to the frame. The fuel filter on a 1991 Caprice is located on the passenger side frame rail just ahead of the rear wheel.
most tune ups are only oil and oil filter change with an air filter change to see and inprovement in performance and gas mileage change your spark plugs and spark plug wires also, you might want to change your PCV valve, fuel filter, also on some vehicles you might want to change transmission fluid and filter, and also you will want to change coil packs depending on how many miles you have on your vehicle.
It is located in the inlet side of the evaporator.
UNDER THE PASSENGER SIDE DOOR NEXT TO THE FRAME