The 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. Remove 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. In 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. Meanwhile, try to avoid a speeding ticket as cops will not believe you when you tell them it is broken. Cost me $125 one time. VBdenny
The 1989 Chevy Caprice was 212.2 inches long (5,390 mm).
... what about it?
I have a 89 Chevy caprice. When I had my fuel pump changed, they had to drop the tank...it was in the tank.
My 1989 Chevy Caprice Classic with a 350 CID motor has a 27 gallon tank.
5 for each wheel
it depends on which model caprice u have. best idea is to take it to a tire shop
There is NOT 1. not on that year.
5 x 4.75 inches
At The Battery Junction Block And At The Starter Solenoid
It is located on the side of the Engine block.
Not without major modifications.
it is next to the firewall near the heater coil
Defective voltage regulator. It may be built into the alternator.
probably a broken cable drive.
Most likely a 700R-4 But it might be a 4L60E
The 1989 Chevy Caprice 305 V8 does not have a carburetor. It is equipped with Throttle Body Fuel Injection which may look like a carburetor but is not.
It will fit but you will have to get a shorter driveshaft. The truck transmissions are longer then a passenger car transmission.