Any 1977-85 Impala or 1977-90 Caprice will work
1977-85 Impala, 1977-90 Caprice
I have a 90' Caprice with a 305 that I brought up to 130mph.
the oxygen sensor is grounded when you thread it into the exhaust manifold the oxygen sensor should have only 1 wire it should be purple the didnt start putting 2 or 4 wire sensors in until the early 90's there should be a ground from the battery to the block
the crank position sensor can cause similar symptoms jeep is known for crank sensor problems
well my 86 caprice is a 305 also and its a 5 quart capacity. so I'm goin out on a limb an guessing the 90 caprice is also a 5 quart capacity also. well my 86 caprice is a 305 also and its a 5 quart capacity. so I'm goin out on a limb an guessing the 90 caprice is also a 5 quart capacity also.
Not without modification
it producers 90% of our oxygen
There is no cam sensor on a 90 3.1. Only a crank sensor.
in the fuel tank, its like $90 at carquest
77-85 Impala, 77-90 Caprice, 78-83 Malibu, 78-88 Monte Carlo/El Camino
Unsafe oxygen level is below 90% oxygen saturation.
IF that is the Intake Air Temp sensor - It is probably on the throttle body. the other sensor is the TPS throttle position sensor
The sensor itself is going to range from $90-110 bucks at a part store (more at a shop of course), and then it is a pretty quick dig, I hear ... my shop was going to add $40 bucks to do that.
Actually yes it will. Caprice/Impalas from 1977-1996 Share the same basic chassis. It will fit, also how do I know for a fact? I have a 9c1 rear end in my 88 caprice. Also just about any and all Suspension parts from a 91-96 caprice/impala will work with a 77-90 caprice/impala. However you will now have two different bolt patterns, unless you have a 80's 9c1 police package caprice which I believe did come with the same 5x5 bolt pattern as the 91's caprice/impalas
Where is the choke sensor on a 1991 Oldsmobile ciera 3.3L
Any windshield from a 1977-85 Impala or 1977-90 Caprice. A contemporary GM B-body (Buick LeSabre, Olds Delta 88, etc) should work also.
above 90 is good. Really I heard 98 is supposed to be where you blood oxygen level should be.
78-87 Monte Carlo is a G-Body GM car that is smaller than a 77-90 Caprice which is a B-Body GM car. The seats in a Monte Carlo will fit in a Caprice, but they may not look quite right. You will need to do bolt location modifications. I would not recommend trying to use a bench seat from a Monte in a Caprice. It is not wide enough.
there are two 02 sensors on a 97 they are easy to replace,i have seen these sensors for around 90$ which is high for an 02 sensor but can easily be done yourself, if you can find a low mileage one in a junk yard you could do it for a few dollars