Question about 1995 Chevrolet Caprice
It's possible, especially if it reads oil level too low. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On these newer models,you need to bleed the air out of the cooling system.The best way is to fill radiator full,put cap on.Fill the reservoir up about 3/4 full over the full mark,with coolant.run engine with ac off.Run engine until the temp is almost to hot,but not bubbling.Then turn engine off,go in the house for about 35 to45 minutes and wait for the reservoir to loose some coolant.It will puul what it needs into the engine.Do this over and over until the engine cools properly.The fans will come on,and they will go off.If they don`t go off by there selves,then the engine is not cooling down.If I can help,let me know.>>firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
1. As for parts, you will need an engine oil filter that is made for your vehicle, new oil and something to catch the oil in. Depending on the size of your engine and the type of engine it is, you will want to make sure that you have the correct engine oil that is recommended for your vehicle. Most engine oil is either synthetic or not, and most cars do not need to have synthetic oils. Check your owner's manual though to make sure of which you need. There are many options out there for catching the oil, but many stores sell dedicated oil pans that will hold many quarts of used oil. You may also want to invest in a tool that will wrap around your oil filter to allow easier extraction and installation.
2. With your engine heated up - to allow for better flow - jack the vehicle up.
3. Position the oil pan underneath the drain plug. This is a small plug that sticks out from the bottom of the vehicle's oil pan. You will need a ratchet to remove this. Once removed, watch out for the oil that comes out of the bottom.
4. For a faster release of oil, you can also open the oil cap on the top of the engine.
5. After the oil pan has been drained, you can replace the drain plug and go to work removing the old filter. Make sure the oil catch pan is now under where the filter is, as there will be more oil draining from it. Twist the filter to remove and let this oil drain as well.
6. Now start to prep the new filter. This simply means pouring a little bit of new oil into it and spreading some around the top of the filter with your finger so that a better seal is created. Get back under the car, if required, and then put the new filter on. Hand-tighten and then add a little more pressure with an oil filter tool.
7. After that has been done, you can lower the car and measure out the amount of oil that you need. Pour this into the oil reservoir on the top of the engine. Finally, replace the dipstick and check the level of the oil. If all looks good, you are all done. Clean up with some soap or grease cleaner for your hands and put the used oil in a safe place.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
It could, once the engine is running it then keeps the fuelpump running with the oil preasure switch and if the oil preasure drops it can stop the pump,but should start back up unless theres a bad fuelpump relay,
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
You either have LT1 engine (5.7l) or a L99 Small Block (4.3).The 4.3 Liter has a single exhaust, the 5.7 has dual exhaust.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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