Chevy didn't offer a 350 in an 86 Camaro, but if they did, it would theoretically work in an 87 Caprice.
It will go right in there no problem.
Cut the engine capartment out so it fits
No it will not. To long.
i dont know but would like to know!!!
It happens only the highway at about 100 km/h.
The average amount of pounds a Chevy Caprice would take is 3 to 4 pounds. Freon is difficult to obtain and you have to know what you are doing to charge a car.
You would probably need to contact a custom oil pan fabricator such as Hamburger or others and have one made.
fuel pump getting hot, shutting off?
Needs a good tune up?
A supercharger would have a dramatic effect.
I would say a 1994 model or a 1993. In my opinion because Chevy didn't think about closing it out.
yes but would be different trans. and wiring.
It isn't getting voltage or ground
a vac leak
What would cause the engine not to restart when hot Chevy Trailblazer 2007?
Need a little more info, like what year would be helpful. Then we can get into what to do for timing.
I believe all 96 Caprice came with a lt1 engine. So if it the lt1, the stock hp would be 260. Same exact engine that is in the Impala SS for 94 95 96.
No, it would not be able to handle engine braking.
if seized up no
The PCV system is not pulling in fresh air to the engine.
Generally between the engine and firewall, on the passenger side. For a 1980's Chevy, look for a round, closed metal loop low and near the distributor (again, on the back of the motor). The oil dipstick generally had a tee handle or an open metal loop on the driver's side of the engine.
305 Small Block Chevy engines typically were 8.6 compression ratio and would use 87 octane fuel.
The engine makes--145 HP @ 3800 RPMs. STOCK. 305 CID 2bbl V8 (145 horsepower, 245 lbs/ft of torque)