No, these are likely completely different platforms, though I can't recall when the LeSabre went front wheel drive. If the engine is transverse, there are no compatibilities with a Caprice.
Although I am not positive, I am fairly sure this car was available with a V-6. Don't bet money on it though. vbd I'm pretty sure GM discontinued the V6 engine in the Caprice after 1986. Thereafter, the options were a V8 305 and a V8 350.
every car from early 80s on up has one , best to call the auto store and ask where it is,the are often by the fuel tank, some are under the driver side fule line but im not sure on a caprice , they will know at the autostore though Gm does not use inertia switches.
You cant make alchemy classic, its a game! Though you can download it and play it!
Polaris rangers do not have any steering fluid. You could grease the steering shaft while you're in there though.
No the iPod Classic doesn't have built in speakers. The latest model of the iPod Nano does though!
A caprice of same body style is always worth more than an Impala, provided it has the same features. IMPALA SS and SS 427 are worth more than Caprice though.
Sounds like alternator is going bad even though it still may still hold a charge
The car is fuel injected and the pump is in top part of the tank. The tank has to be removed, not difficult though. Just jack up the rear and make sure the front isn't going to roll away on you.
A collapsible steering column is a mechanism that is used to transfer energy from the steering wheel into the steering gear box, which transfers energy to turn the wheels of a vehicle. Though the designs for steering columns have varied since their inception, a typical collapsible steering column looks like two interlocking shafts that attach directly to the steering wheel and the steering gear box. The steering column is the shaft directly under the steering wheel in which the ignition and automatic shift levers are often located.
Clunking/knocking sound felt though steering wheel and floor when turning and going over bumps at low speeds.
excessive noise even though belt tension is good, or when power steering fluid is leaking out the shaft seal.
yes. cars used to not have power steering. youll want to get it fixed after you get a good workout from making turns though.
somewhere around the steering column not sure where though
you can still drive the car but its not recommended, its pretty hard on the power steering pump
Even though it's hardly noticeable, the slickness between the tire and the road/ice can allow for a small amount light steering.
Though each individual will have a differing opinion on what exactly makes a car "classic," the Classic Car Club of America deems that any car that is 20 to 45 years old may be classified as classic. However, the make and model of the car will also influence individuals into whether they want to call a car classic or not.
Yes, you can find the value of classic cars in collector car books. The price can change from year to year though.
I think that you can use the original Classic Controller though I am not positive. However, I am positive that you can use the WiiMote and nunchuck or the Classic Controller Pro. I also know for a fact the gamecube controller does not work.
What you do is you need to create a runescape account, get membership on it, and then you can do classic. I am not sure, but i believe that it is closed right now though. So, just wait until it is open again.
Yes. You can get games from itunes for the classic. The games are a lot more fun on the ipod touch though, because you can only use those buttons to play the the games on the classic. If you want an ipod mainly to play games on it, get the touch.
Not the retail version. There was someone who claimed to have it working on a beta build though.
The classic sonic came out in 1991 which was 20 years ago after the classic sonic came out I'm not sure how many years after though, modern sonic came out, so the answer is 1991.
They keep you in your seat, and not thrown from the car, though the windshield, into the steering wheel, etc.
The front in-dashboard speakers are 4"X6" and the rear are 6"X9". Make sure they are the right shape though. The speaker size is very unique. I recommend replacing them with AC Delco speakers (mine are VERY good from my 89 Caprice).