On the front around pully's
Its not very powerful at all. I have a 305 in my 1995 Sierra 4x4 probably around 225 hp,
What is the engine in the Caprice? In the Suburban? If they are a 305/350 then they can be interchanged. I have a 1985 Caprice Classic with a 305 and the tranny came out of a 1987 Suburban. It depends on the engine.
The 305 was standard in an 89 Caprice Classic, so the answer is obviously yes.
intake manifold is DIFFERENT for models 1985 and 1988
The 1985 Buick Regal did not offer the 305 V8 as an option that year.
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The 92 Chevrolet Caprice Classic comes equipped with a 5.0/ 305 c.i.d. engine
Check the ignition module in the distributor.
the bottom right side The oil pressure sending unit that makes either the light or gauge work is located behind the distributor.
4.1 5.3 (305) 5.7 (350) 6.1(Diesel)
For a 305 with a 4brl carb. it would be about 145 hp. For a 305 tbi it produces 215hp from factory. No, a 305 TBI is rated at 185 HP stock.
Santa Barbara - 1984 1-305 was released on: USA: 4 October 1985
No. There were major engine changes between those years.
The timing for this engine is electronically controlled and not adjustable
YES, It will bolt right up with no problems.
The 2007 GMC Sierra-1500's engine produces 305 ft-lbs. @ 4800 rpm.
The 2014 GMC Sierra-1500's engine produces 305 ft-lbs. @ 3900 rpm.
the fireing order for a Chevy 305 is 18436572 with #1 being the drivers side plug closest to the radiator.
Look at your timing scale the 305 times from behind the water pump & the 350 times in front of the water pump.
I have a 90' Caprice with a 305 that I brought up to 130mph.
It's most likely a 305 V8
Either a 5.0L 305 or 5.7L 350 V8
yes if they are both throttle body engines
It is in the valve cover.
probably a TH700, but take a look underneath