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1994 Chevrolet Caprice Consumer Discussions

1994 Chevrolet Caprice
Sorry I'm late in my reply here, but the LT1 engine was standard, and the only engine offered, in the 1994-96 Caprice wagon. In fact, the 5.7 LT1 was the standard engine in MOST of those 1994-96 B-bo...

High performance engines were offered in all full size chevrolet lines. The base model Biscayne, Belair, and Impala, (&SS) (and 1965 Caprice onward ) Several engine options were offered throughou...

The Caprice went through a similar change, as the 1991 model had a radically different body, although it was still on the same 1977-vintage frame. But over the years, the transmissions changed, and th...

Is the GM 4T60-E transmission in the Lumina/Monte Carlo the same thing that was found in the 1994-96 Caprice/Roadmaster/Fleetwood? If that is so, why in the world would GM put a FWD tranny in a heavy-...

had a 4.3 V-8, that was the base engine in the Caprice from 1994-1996. I don't know the CID displacement of that particular engine, though. The Chevy 267 of around 1978-83 vintage was actually a 4....

* 1985-1990 Chevrolet Impala and Caprice...

By 1989, the Caprice, thanks to a TBI 350 that put out around 200 hp and a 4-speed automatic and 3.42:1 axle ratio, managed to offer about the same performance as a 1979 St. Regis with a 195 hp 360-4b...
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