Assuming you have a 305 V8 with a Rochester Quadrajet carb. You will have to pull the carb, and tear it apart. The TPS sits in a groove in the front of the carb body. Buy a carb rebuild kit, watch the Youtube videos on rebuilding quadrajets, and do it. I just rebuilt my carb over the weekend. My 83 Caprice now runs great.
Yes, exact fit! Just change the ignition key cylinder to retain use of same keys.
choke not working
In an '83, the chances are that you pull the knobs and unscrew the nuts they cover.
Start at 1 1/2 turns from seat and adjust for best idle 1/4 turn at a time
check the ammount of gass an air entering you carb that could be why it runs that way all you have to do is adjust the screws on the front of your carb it would be smart to put some carb cleaner in it too
On my 83 z28 305 it is 700 rpm
usally about 8 or 10 degrees BTDC will work fine to get it going.
only a 350
200 r4 or 350
In 83 Chevy trucks did not have a v6. They had either a 250 or 292 straight six.
What is the firinf order for an 83 citation
bolt them on their the same
77-85 Impala, 77-90 Caprice, 78-83 Malibu, 78-88 Monte Carlo/El Camino
Sounds like it's running out of fuel. Check fuel filter, vacuum leaks, fuel pump, etc.
I believe you can fit 22s on a 94 caprice ive seen em on older caprices (without having to lift the car and the 94 is basicly an older caprice with newer body panels ..its the same as an 83 caprice but call your local town fair tire to be sure
The schematic for an 83 Chevy 305 engine can be found in the service manual. It gives the location of each component and how everything is connected.
Yes it will. If you have the know how.
In most cases you will need to replace the turn signal switch on the steering wheel for your 1983 Chevy Caprice Classic rather than fixing it. To replace it, remove the horn pad and then use a steering wheel puller and compressor to remove the steering column. You will then remove the signal along with the wiring harness and bus fuses. Replace the signal and wiring and then replace the steering column itself.
The 83 Chevy C10 comes with a 305 but not a 350. The 350 is an option on the 3/4 ton but not the 1/2 ton.