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The Chevrolet Caprice, a full-sized vehicle, was produced by Chevrolet from 1965 to 1996 over six generations, including revisions in the Middle East, Australia, and North America. Known for its significant role in the police car segment, the Caprice has undergone a variety of engine changes throughout its generations. The first generation boasted a standard 283 cu in (4.6 L) V8 engine, with an optional 396 cu in (6.5 L) "Turbo Jet" V8 engine, while subsequent versions included Small-Block and Big-Block V8s, culminating in the 1990 auto model's 5.0 L L03 V8 and 5.7L L05 V8. Initially, the Caprice Custom offered a selection of manual and automatic transmissions, but later generations switched to automatic transmissions exclusively, from 3-speed to 4-speed, and eventually a 6-speed automatic in the 2006 model. In terms of body style, the Caprice began as a 2-door coupe, 4-door hardtop, or 4-door station wagon, with designs evolving through the generations. From the facelift introducing new grilles and optional headlights, to the 1971 redesign that incorporated a Chrysler-like style, the Caprice continually adapted its aesthetics. The third generation, in 1977, saw a significant weight reduction through Project 77, while the 1990 redesign provided a more rounded appearance. The fifth and sixth generations saw the return of the Caprice, supporting both left- and right-hand drive models for the first time. Celebrated for its sales volume exceeding a million in the first year, the Chevrolet Caprice remains a remarkable model in Chevrolet's full-sized automobile history.

Despite being a reliable vehicle, the Chevrolet Caprice, especially the 1994 model, has been reported to experience some common issues. Firstly, engine problems frequently surface, characterized by poor idling, frequent stalling, reduced engine power, abnormal acceleration, and poor fuel efficiency. The vehicle might also encounter starting difficulties and trigger the Check Engine Light. These issues suggest the need to inspect parts like the camshaft and the position sensors. Secondly, overheating is a problem often associated with higher mileage vehicles, including the Chevrolet Caprice. Symptoms include failing cooling fans, blown fuses, black smoke emanating from the engine, and decreased fuel economy. Any signs of cooling issues warrant immediate and thorough investigation to prevent further damage. However, maintenance isn't only about big mechanical parts. Elements like the seat belt and antenna, though often overlooked, are crucial for safety and in-car entertainment respectively. Since they can easily wear out or malfunction, particularly in accidents, these components too warrant regular checks and appropriate attention.

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Chevrolet Caprice Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and install the driveshaft?
    A: To remove and install the driveshaft, start by raising the rear of the vehicle and supporting it securely. Mark the relationship of the driveshaft to the companion flange on the rear axle pinion. Disconnect the rear universal joint by removing the nuts from the U-bolts or strap retaining bolts, or by removing the flange bolts. Lower the rear end of the driveshaft and withdraw the complete shaft assembly to the rear. During removal, the front splined sliding sleeve section will be drawn off the transmission output shaft, potentially causing a small amount of lubricant loss in vehicles with a manual transmission. When installing, align the shaft to flange mating marks and be careful not to damage the transmission extension oil seal with the sliding joint splines. Finally, check the transmission oil level once installation is complete.
  • Q: What is the purpose of the Canister Purge Valves and Vapor Canister and how can it be checked for issues on Chevrolet Caprice?
    A: The evaporation control system is a basic and trouble-free part of the emissions network that reduces hydrocarbon emissions. It is a closed fuel system that redirects wasted fuel back to the gas tank and stores fuel vapors instead of releasing them into the atmosphere. The system requires little maintenance, but if there are issues, it should be inspected. To check the system, disconnect the fuel tank line at the charcoal canister, located behind the left headlight in the engine compartment. Check for liquid fuel in the line, which indicates a problem with the vent controls or gas cap. Apply 15 psi pressure to the fuel vapor line and look for excessive pressure loss. Check for fuel vapor smell in the engine compartment and around the gas tank. Remove the fuel filler cap and check for pressure in the gas tank. If there is a large pressure loss or fuel odor, inspect all lines for leaks or deterioration. To check the purge valve in the canister, start the engine, disconnect the vacuum signal line, and raise the engine speed to 1500 rpm to check for vacuum. If there is no vacuum, check the EGR operation. The purge line to the canister functions with the PCV vacuum source, so if there is no vacuum when the hose is disconnected, check the PCV valve vacuum. The charcoal canister and filter should be replaced at recommended intervals.