I worked on comfortrons on 1973 - 1976 Chevrolet B-body models 25 years ago, and if the 1981 is the same (which I think it is), the system operates using electric current to control a vacuum powered modulator to control both fan speed and air temperature to the passenger compartment. There is only one temperature sensor located on the top right of the dashboard panel, presence of this sensor grille was a very easy way to tell at a glance if a car had the comfortron option. The user control panel had several settings, a Lo-Auto-Hi which would run the fan on low speed, automatic control, and high speed respectively. Vent was a setting that would cool or heat the cabin according to the temperature dial setting on automatic fan speed, without running the air conditioning compressor. De-ice would send full air to the windshield at high fan speed, however I cannot remember if it also sent full heat regardless of the temperature setting. It did engage the air conditioning compressor though. If the user control panel was set to Off, the air output temperature was still regulated based on the temperature dial setting, although the fan would not blow. The most common problem with these units I experienced was failure of the temperature sensing module on the heater coolant hose. This is a component that keeps the fan from turning on until the coolant temperature warms up (to about 60 or 80 degrees F). Easiest fix was to replace with a unit from the parts yard, however today fewer cars are available for parts.
Kindly tell, what is P.C.D of stock Rim of chevrolet caprice classic 1981
5 x 4.75 or 5 x120, atleast that's what it is on an '88 caprice
There is a fuse for the gauges, check it.
The Greatest American Hero - 1981 Classical Gas 2-5 was released on: USA: 2 December 1981
$1500 +/- depending on milage, condition, history, modifications etc.
If I can remember it correctly, there were 4418 81 Chevy Caprice 2 door Landeau Edition...if I'm wrong please correct me here...
left side, under dash left of steering column
The 1981 Chevrolet Camaro air conditioning system has a Freon capacity of 5.3 pounds. The Freon that was originally used in the 1981 Chevy Camaro is no longer available.
Hi, I dropped an 6.2 diesel in my caprice classic built 1981. Since the 6.5 is the same engine size it would be possible. The only problem might be the turbo. It's all kind of tight in the bay.
Either a 3.8L 229 V6, a 4.4L 267 V8, a 5.0L 305 V8 (the most popular) or a 5.7L 350 diesel V8
1981 Corvette Shop Service Repair Manual Book Engine Drivetrain Electrical GuideTry eBay for this Manual
4 degrees BTDC. Fireing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 clockwise on distributor cap.
Near the blower motor there is a silver colored relay, follow the purple wire on the blower back. Replace the relay you should be good to go.
I do not have a diagram of a 1981 Camaro with the 3.8 V6 engine. My link only goes back as far as 1982 and the Camaro had no 3.8 installed that year. However I posted a link for a 1982 Chevrolet Caprice with the 3.8 V6. The firing order and hookup is the same for this engine as your 3.8. Click the link to see a diagram.
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The 1981 Davis Cup - 1981 was released on: USA: 1981
2010 - 1981 = 29
For Your Eyes Only - 1981 was released on: UK: 24 June 1981 (London) (premiere) UK: 24 June 1981 USA: 26 June 1981 Israel: July 1981 Philippines: July 1981 South Africa: July 1981 Belgium: 2 July 1981 Netherlands: 2 July 1981 Japan: 4 July 1981 Ireland: 19 July 1981 Italy: 5 August 1981 West Germany: 6 August 1981 Austria: 7 August 1981 Denmark: 10 August 1981 Finland: 21 August 1981 Norway: 21 August 1981 France: 22 August 1981 Sweden: 22 August 1981 Spain: 14 September 1981 (Barcelona) Spain: 14 September 1981 (Madrid) Mexico: 16 September 1981 Brazil: 18 September 1981 Portugal: 24 September 1981 Colombia: 8 October 1981 Greece: 22 October 1981 Argentina: 19 November 1981 Australia: 19 November 1981 Spain: 12 December 1981 South Korea: 27 November 1982 Turkey: January 1984
The cast of Tutto compreso - 1981 includes: Enrico Beruschi as (1981) Massimo Boldi as Himself (1981) Margherita Fumero as (1981) Ezio Greggio as (1981) Andrea Roncato as (1981) Maria Rosaria Omaggio as (1981) Gigi Sammarchi as (1981) Teo Teocoli as (1981)
1981 World Series - 1981 was released on: USA: 20 October 1981
Sphinx - 1981 was released on: USA: 11 February 1981 Japan: 4 April 1981 Australia: 9 April 1981 Denmark: 26 June 1981 France: 1 July 1981 Finland: 14 August 1981 Colombia: 2 September 1981 Spain: 3 September 1981 West Germany: 10 September 1981 Portugal: 15 October 1981 Turkey: September 1982
1981 Gator Bowl - 1981 TV was released on: USA: 28 December 1981
1981 NFL Draft - 1981 TV was released on: USA: 28 April 1981
1981 Liberty Bowl - 1981 TV was released on: USA: 30 December 1981
1981 Orange Bowl - 1981 TV was released on: USA: 1 January 1981