Why the defrost may not work in a 1993 Chevy Caprice Classic could be because the heating core is out.
Crack in intake or exhust, or belt glazing- Check all the intake and exhust bolts.
Blocked condensate drain hose on bottom of evaporator.
could be either
That usually means the engine is lean. Could be a vacuum leak.
No spark would usually be the ignition coil.
An intermittent miss in a 94 Caprice could be something in the ignition system. Check the plug wires and ignition coil to start with.
You could look for Hypertech products, which are distributed by Autozone, Advance, and O'Reilly's.
A bad EGR valve can cause this smell. Or defective O2 sensor.
A 1994 Chevy Caprice which has lost all power has the ignition timing set incorrectly, bad spark plugs, or a dirty fuel filter. If all components in the engine do not work perfectly in sync, power and performance are easily lost.
it could be your window switch..try changing it
chances are the radiator. water pump possibly. anything to do with the thermostat housing. the housing itself or the regulator.
Could be a clogged catalytic convertor Could be a problem with vacuum lines or (worst case scenario) your transmission.
sounds like a bad wheel bearing.you could aslo have a loose lug nut or one of them have been stripped happened on my friend's 87 capricecould also be a bent axle shaft.Answerid go to a junk yard and get a used one off another Chevy i had a cutlass didthat nd sure enough tire came off along with the shaft....something to think about huh?
It's called a misfire... or random multiple misfire. It can be cause by a number of things. check your spark plugs for fouling, your spark wires for breaks or cracks in the rubber, your distributor, or your fuel injectors... it could be a tricky prob. or it could be easy as pie to fix...
In the 1993 Chevy Caprice there is a brake sender located inside the steering column where the brake pedal is attached. Perhaps the brake lights are not working because of this, when a person hits the brakes. There could also be a fuse blown or a broken or shorted wire.
trottle control module
it could be the window
Most had the LT1 350 V8, although if it was strictly a city cruiser, the standard 4.3L V8 could also be had
If the fuel pressure is too low that might cause the service engine light to come on and , since there would not be enough fuel pressure, might also cause a sluggish response. That could be caused by a clogged fuel filter also.
Hm, I had a old milk carrier in one of my cars for ahwile there lol, but with the right tools, and the will to do it, a caprice is a big car, you could prolly jam anything in there if you wanted to, but a pair from another caprice would be the easiest way, bolt holes line right up, ect. jr
The rheostat on the headlight switch is bad.
Your best bet is to go to the junkyard. they are pretty easy to take off and wont cause you a lot of money. or try websites like craigslist, or ebay.