My 1989 Chevy Caprice Classic with a 350 CID motor has a 27 gallon tank.
70% are fuel injection. 1989 is the last year carbeautors where made and da first year fuel injection was created... my Chevy capric classic 89 is a fuel injection
How do you change a fuel pump on 94 Chevy caprice ls
In the fuel tank
The fuel pump relay is under the hood on the passenger side wheel well.
in the fuse box
it should be in the gas tank..
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
Yes it is a TBI / Throttle Body Injection. Fuel injected.
it is located under driver side back door
The 1989 Chevy Caprice 305 V8 does not have a carburetor. It is equipped with Throttle Body Fuel Injection which may look like a carburetor but is not.
in the fuel tank
Yes, but you will need to change the prom in the computer and you may need to make adjustments to the fuel system to compensate for the larger fuel injectors.
the 89 Chevy caprice can come in both caburated or fuel injected models but most standard 305 ci models come in tpi fuel injectin witch looks like a cab but really its a primative fule injection system
Its not an electrical fuel pump its a mechanical fuel pump right next to the harmonic balancer in another words called the crank shaft pulley or under the exhaust intake front left side driver side
The 1996 Chevy Caprice holds 23 gallons of fuel. the vehicle had an estimated 16 mpg city, 24mpg on the highway.
An '85 Chevy Caprice Classic takes standard unleaded fuel (87 octane) unless if it is a Diesel engine. Higher octane is okay to use, however I am uncertain if it is okay to constantly use a higher octane.
in the fuel tank...
in the gas tank..
located along the frame on , underneath the right side in front of right rear tire
It is throttle body fuel injected.
The fuel pump on an 89 Chevy Caprice is changed by lowering the fuel tank, disconnecting the pump wiring, and removing the fuel lines. The pump can then be lifted from the tank and replaced.