Your heater coil is bad.
yea they will with no problem
Yes you can. I currently have a 94 caprice classic with 20s so 22s should be no problem.
check all brake bulbs a filiment may have shorted out
You would appear to have a serious problem fueled by those strange little creatures from electronic world. Hope this helps to solve your little problem!!! Yours, John Garrett
Have vehicle scanned to determine problem and have codes cleared Auto parts store can do this
try the moduel
if your caprice has a 305 or 350 already there shouldn't be a problem. otherwise new or custom motor mounts will be needed, also a tranny to match up to the 350 from the camaro
if there is a 350 in the car no problem ithink the caprice has a 305 or 307 in this case the y pipe will not fit big job good luck drive safe
Loose, defective, or corroded cables, loose ground wire, starter, or starter solenoid.
Please be more specific. Are you looking for a diagram? Do you need to know what it means? Are you having a problem with vacuum system?.
Clogged fuel filter, defective fuel pump, or a carburetor problem.
check for spark at plugs sounds like a ign problem
I am a proud owner of a 1985 Chevy Caprice Classic and I think it is an awsome car. Lots of room and very easy to work on if you have a problem.
Since they're basically the same platform, it should fit without much problem.
This is an electrical problem that happens with a lot of Caprice classics with digital spedometers. My speedometer works about 1 day out of the month and the will cut off the other 30 days.
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.
Adjust your carb, otherwise, it's a problem with gas getting to the carb while accelerating.
I would check the fuse, it's in the driver door access panel. after that, blower itself, bad switch in dash. jr
The problem when the digital dash of a 1994 Chevy Caprice goes out might be a fuse that is blown under the dashboard. This might also be related to a problem with the computer or with the wiring to the dash.
WHAT????? I hope this is just a comment that you have a caprice and has nothing to do with either 110 or 220 volts Heater element implies either a furnace or a water heater. Where are you checking the voltage? If at the outlet and you only have voltage on one side of the plug it's most likely a fuse or breaker. If there is 220 at the outlet but element is not heating it is the element. Under no circumstance get 110 or 220 anywhere near a 94 Caprice classic
i had this problem recently i cleaned the egr valve and changed the maf senor the gas and air mixture is off the gas is burning rich
by blowing me
buy a toyota !! Problem solved
It will go right in there no problem.