the starter is on the passenger side of the engine compartment under the vehicle is the way to access it . First remove neg battery cable . then go to the starter itself and remove the pos bat cable and starter solenoid wire inspect the back of starter to see if a support bracket is installed remove the bracket as necessary. next remove the two 9/16 head bolts and dropthe starter . also there may be a stiffiner stut in the way that may have to be removed as well
There is no trunk release on a 1991 Chevy Caprice.
Pull your starter down, the cylinder on top of the starter that the main 12v cable is bolted to is what you are looking for. jr
The only 100% sure way to know is to remove the starter and have it bench tested at an auto parts store.
Yes you can.
Yes. 1991-1996 springs are interchangeable.
Bookstores and auto part retailers sell books on how to fix issues in a vehicle. Installing a starter on a 1987 Chevy Caprice can be found in the books.
The starter on a 1991 Caprice 350 (5.7 liter) is located on the passenger side mounted to the bottom of the block near the rear of the engine and the front of the transmission.
I can not find the starter relay fuse on my caprice. I turn the key all the lights come on but that's it I checked the starter it works. no passkey light.
its maybe the starter or the icnition coil
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The computer for a 1991 Chevy Caprice Classic is located behind the glove compartment. This provide a centralized location which gives a small level of protection to the computer.
Disconnect the battery. Unhook the wiring on the end of the solenoid. If there is a support bracket on the end of the starter, unhook it. If the exhaust is in the way, unhook that. Remove the two bolts that hold the starter to the back of the block.
Under the passenger side of the engine, at the rear.
Look at the bottom rear of the engine
Above the passengers side lower control arm.
At The Battery Junction Block And At The Starter Solenoid
The transmission in the 1991 Chevy Caprice is a 4 speed automatic with overdrive. This transmission is found in both the base and classic trims.
Depends on what type of 1991 Buick you're referring to...
if it has a 5.7 ltr then yes the bolt patterns for the 5.7 have been the same sense there firt production.
its a wrap get an new engine