Question about 1995 Chevrolet Caprice Classic
This is a fairly major job that involves dropping the oil pan from the motor to even get to it.
Depending on motor size, is how difficult it is to get to.
You can do it while the engine is in the car, but it is easier if you pull the motor.
How good are your mechanical abilities? And do you have a good work area to do this in?
Along with, a fairly complete tool set.
But that's the gist of it. Drain the fluids, remove the oil pan, loosen and raise the distributor, pull off the oil pump, clean as needed, put in the new one, replace the seals and gaskets, reinstall the oil pan, prime the pump by running a shaft down the distributor shaft passage, reinstall the distributor, time as needed.
Figure an easy 8 to 10 hours minimum.
As stated, that is the general picture, there are a number of other smaller detail steps.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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