Borrow, rent or buy an up-scale OBD-II code scanner for a GM vehicle. You should then be able to plug in the scanner and clear the codes. If the scanner does not turn off the light, you might want to find out if something else is wrong. In any case, it's a good idea to have your own code scanner, and the upgraded version is better since it lets you clear codes. if the problem is fixed then your pcm will shut it off automatically after 50 or so starts with the code not being thrown again. or you can take it to autozone and they will shut it off for you free of charge.
The 92 Chevrolet Caprice Classic comes equipped with a 5.0/ 305 c.i.d. engine
yes the 1974 caprice classic came with a 350 small block
1996 caprice can you remove 4.3 engine and install a 5.7?
yes you can use a 1996 lt4 engine into a 1989 Caprice Classic, and its easy. you can mail me at:
i had a 1982 Chevy caprice classic that had a 4.4 small V8 olsmoblie engine in it.
The thermostat on a 94 Chevy caprice classic is behind the water pump in the front center of the engine.
The 305 was standard in an 89 Caprice Classic, so the answer is obviously yes.
its an osmobiel engine 307
A 1987 Chevy Caprice Classic with the original engine does have a carb and the engine is a 305, because I have one. This can have a 307. I have an 87 Caprice Estate Wagon, with a 5.0 liter 307 olds. Which, is actually for sale.
Most of the newer ones
use your eyes and brain,
Either a 4.3L or a 5.7L V8
Yes, it was actually optional
What is the engine in the Caprice? In the Suburban? If they are a 305/350 then they can be interchanged. I have a 1985 Caprice Classic with a 305 and the tranny came out of a 1987 Suburban. It depends on the engine.
Look at the bottom rear of the engine
The low side port for the AC on a 1992 Caprice Classic is the larger hose coming off the compressor. It is in the rear part of the engine compartment.
ANYTHING will fit into a 1983 Caprice Classic. Are you asking if it will bolt up to the tranny?
It's most likely a 305 V8
Either a 4.3L V8 or a 5.7L V8
The 1975 Chevrolet Caprice came offered in the 5.7L, 6.6L and 7.4L engine sizes. The original tire size for the Caprice was HR78-15.
About any GM will go However if it has computer the engine must match.