There is no idle screw. The idle control solonoid is on the throtle body and sometimes it can get dirty needing cleaning. ---- Well, this is assuming you have TBI or fuel injection, or if it is a carbuerated engine, if it is FI, the idle is set at the factory, no adjustment to the idle is recommended, as the computer controls the idle in FI engine's, if you must, their is a idle adjustment screw under a tin cap seated in your throttle body, an awl or a similar tool can remove this cap, is it located directly in front of the throttle stop, lower right of your TBI unit. jr Since in 1992 there WASN"T a carbureated engine in that car, if you are having idle problems the culprit would be the Idle Air Control Valve (IAC Valve). There is no cleaning it, only replacing it will fix your issue, assuming you don't have an intake gasket leak. Scott
The 92 Chevrolet Caprice Classic comes equipped with a 5.0/ 305 c.i.d. engine
There is no adjustment screw, idle is automatically controlled by the pcm.
The serpentine belt on a 92 Chevy Caprice Classic is changed by loosening the tensioner pulley and pulling the belt off. A new belt can then be put in place and the tension restored.
I have a '92 I'll email you the 2 pages if you want, just post your email address
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 1992 Chevrolet Caprice Classic. Remove the brake shoe spring and caliper. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake shoes.
Ummmm......... I think you want to use spark plug wires.
AnswerLook for a black cap on the right side on top of the throttle body. Pop off that cap and there will be a screw under that cap to adjust the idle.
in 92 caprice did not come with lt1 only corvette had lt1 in 92
take it all apart and unclog it make shure you remember where it all goes or you are SCREWED
You can adjust the idle speed on your 1992 Honda 250, motorcycle with the fuel pump adjustment screw. Turning the adjustment screw will adjust the flow of fuel.
with the v/advance unplugged bring your idle up to 3000rpm and set you timing at 32 while revving. now tighten down the distributor and plug you v/a back in, and voi-la your done. that year doesn't have a vacuum advance... he said 92 caprice not 82........you need to find the EST remove it and set the timing to 0 then plug the est back in and the computer takes over
Reprogram?? I don't know if you can reprogram the idle but there is a idle adjustment screw on my 91 right under the intake.... Try adjusting thatu might need a idle air control valueAnswerThere is no fast idle speed screw on a fuel injected motor. Check the Idle Air Control valve, the Throttle Position Sensor, and the Mass Airflow sensor before you go digging around with the ECM. first 91 has a 5.0 92 has a 4.6 there is a stop screw that can be adjusted but i don not recommend it i would try the above
SOme 92 Caprice cars came with wheel covers other had aluminum rims.
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.
It was an option
I looked into this about 5 years ago. idle is not user adjustable and the 92 is factory set to idle very slow about 800 to 900 rpm. I think it is computer controlled. Incorrect sir. There is a bolt under where the accelator cable is connected that you can adjust and it WILL affect your idle, you can do this with a simple screw driver if you really feel that you need to.
brake line has air...
dubs and heavy paint overspray?
Check the timing and check that the cable to the accelerator is adjusted correctly.
Im not sure about a 92, but when it happened to my 98, i had to replace the Idle control valve. its generally about 50 bucks and is very easily done.
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