The following description is for vehicles equipped with factory A/C. Procedure will be simillar for non A/C cars. The heater core on all 1977 through 1990 GM B-Bodies is located under the hood, NOT under the dash. It was not moved to the inside of the car until 1991. To remove the heater core you will need to remove the blower motor, the rear hood weather strip, the cowl screen, the passenger side washer nozzle and the wiring connections for the blower motor and the blower motor resistor. Once you have removed these items there will be approximately 10 7mm (or 1/4") coarse thread screws to remove and a few 10mm bolts. Some are on the outside of the heater box, some are inside the box. BE GENTLE WHEN TRYING TO PRY THE BOX OPEN!!! They will crack in a hurry of you are too rough. Once you have removed the box top, there will be a retaining clip holding the heater core down. It may have a ground strap connected. Be sure to reconnect this strap. It reduces alternator noise in the radio. If it is still intact, be gentle with the foam that is covering the tube opening. You might want to just replace it with a new piece. A piece of soft foam car wash sponge will work well. When you reinstall the cover, be sure to replace the weather strip adhesive. If you can't find the correct stuff red rtv silicone works well (in generous portions). If you don't seal the box, YOU WILL have a wet floor every time it rains. Once you have everything buttoned up, run the vehicle with the heat on full blast until it gets to operating temperature. Check your antifreeze level and fill as needed. Caution! Never open the radiator when the cap is under pressure. You can be seriously burned. This job should take a beginner about two careful hours. After you've done a few, you'll knock that time down to about 45 mins. Here's a helpful trick. Grab a 6-10" scrap of 1/2 inch copper pipe to slide into both heater hoses when you remove them from the heater core. Tighten the clamps down and you will save yourself a lot of mess and you won't have to replace nearly as much anti-freeze.
One of the easiest but to do it right , get a manual on your car.
Remove the inside door panel from your 1984 Chevy Caprice. Remove the door handle linkage. Remove the door handle retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new exterior door handle.
will 24" fit my 87 caprice
You have to take out the whole heater and air condiasioning system out and replace the new heater core in. When you replace the heater core, you firset have to put the air condiasoning system in then the heating system/ heater core. When you take the old systems out, you first have to take out the A.C then the heater.
How to remove ignition switch
labor time to replace engine in a 1984 chevy c60
Yup just cut it off!! That's what I did on my 88 Caprice Brougham!!
i need a diagram for a 1984 caprice front suspension or if someone can tell me if the shock connected to the coil spring?
no.Oldsmobile and Chevy don't mix
One of the easiest to cahnge. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.,COM and it will help on the next repair.
u need a steering wheel puller and pull steering wheel and all turnsignal parts. one screw holds it in
The engine firing order for a 1984 Chevy caprice with a 5.0 liter engine is 1, 3, 4, 2. The number one engine is the one closest to the passenger compartment.
i found wireing diagram in haynes manual
1984 caprice does not have one, they started coming out in the late 80s ( 1987-88 to present ) you can always call a dealer or part store to be sure of this . hopes this helps
Most common size is 225/75/R15s
It is built into the switch and is not serviceable. You will have to replace the switch assembly.
its likely a 2.73 or police edition 3.08
about as mutch as a Saturn 2.2 liter
should be 5 x 120.7 or 5 x 4.75 hope that helps
Around 150 hp
the fireing order for a Chevy 305 is 18436572 with #1 being the drivers side plug closest to the radiator.