Could be,Blown fuse,Bad blower motor,Bad blower motor switch,Bad blower motor speed resistor,
A bad EGR valve can cause this smell. Or defective O2 sensor.
ect sensor bad
it could be a bad vacuum line or it could be the the throttle position switch
The stock 5L Caprice comes with a 700r4 transmission so no upgrade would be needed. VBdenny **funny, cuz mine doesnt. 4L60 and i think its pretty WEAK! Does anyone who knows what they're talking about know about this problem? i need a strong-BAD-ASS Auto-tranny that wont let me down- for $$CHEAP$$ inexpensive, im not rich! that's why I drive a 92 Caprice Station Wagon!!! "What parts/components/Transmission do i need to UPgrade my tranny?" Thanks Ken D. The 4L60 is the newer name for the 700R4. It's the same transmission. The 700R4/4L60/4L60E are all weak transmissions, especially the 4th gear clutchpack. If you upgrade transmissions, you should purchase a large transmission cooler. This will lengthen the life of the tranny.
Your heater coil is bad.
Maybe a bad switch or motor Try reversing the wires on switch
The only 100% sure way to know is to remove the starter and have it bench tested at an auto parts store.
The 93 Caprice could be losing fuel pressure. Check the fuel filter and the pressure to see if the pump could be bad.
Cooling fan is desgined to come on when coolant reaches 235 degrees Bad temperature sensor?
I would check the fuse, it's in the driver door access panel. after that, blower itself, bad switch in dash. jr
If a catalytic converter is indeed bad, it's far more cost-effective to replace it rather than try to repair it
bad fuse,bad coils, bad ignition modual
I don't see why not. Same for any other car, truck, suv, van, bike, anything... But it's probably illegal, unsafe, and possibly bad for the car. But I'm no mechanic.
caprice is a name formally meaning flower . not as beren says its a lovely smelling flower not a bad one :)
If the pump is full, then it is either the belt is not tight enough or the pump itself has bad bearings in it. Russell
Could be a bad vacuum line, low on fluid, or a bad 700r4 trani
It is on the side of the engine block. By the way, they very seldom go bad. The purpose of a knock sensor is to pickup engine noises and retard ignition timing so that it will not be so audible.
Blown fuse. Bad fuel pump relay. Faulty new fuel pump. Faulty wiring. Loose/rusty ground connection. Faulty fuel pressure regulator.
The flasher module may be bad try replacing that first. If that is not bad replace the turn signal cam in steering column. the toggle switch would be very hard to do.
The cheapest way to find out what is wrong with your car is to check the little things before you start spending money. Check for bad fuses, check your battery if it's dead, check if you have enough oil in your car or even enough gas in your car to start it up, definitely check the spark plugs if their bad since you have a older car, air filter. if your car has nothing wrong with those minor problems then your going to have to go to your nearest auto store and ask them what can go wrong in a Chevy Caprice classic.
Is your clutch bad or wearing out ?
When they start sqeeking mate
low fluid,bad thermostat, cooling fans are not coming on,bad water pump
it could either be your thermostat is bad, the radiator is bad, or you could have a blown head gasket.