John Troxell: Thanks for posting. I just fried my starter jump starting my 95 caprice. I've never done a starter before & your video made it look fairly straight forward & easy. Thanks for the help.
freak zeke: Thank u for making all these videos on your caprice! I have replaced and or fixed a few things to one I recently got just by watching these videos! Much appreciated!!!
427 Elevating Productions: it appeared when you first attempted to start it that last time the car was running that it was running kind of hot. I noticed temp gauge went all the way down to C from almost on the H.
followyourbliss101: thanks for making this video - didn't realize how simple it was to get at and swap the starter on the LT1 wagons 94-96
Robert T Dogg: chevy caprice station wagon1994 with a 5.7 liter LT1 350 v8, wow he said that fast!
rhkips: Hehe, yup, you've got a bit of power steering pump noise, there~ -8F, though, I'm not surprised in the least. Automotive fluids weren't built for those kind of temperature extremes. ;-)
I must say, you have a very pleasant and clear voice! Think I'm gonna have to subscribe, here. :-D
floridavenue: did you remove the exhaust manifold or anything to fit them out and then in there?
Kcirrab157: I absolutely LOVE your videos! I have a 1994 Chevrolet Caprice and this video got me to get a Vette starter when my starter went out today and I LOVE it!! Keep them comin!
Turbo231: Good idea...less the ground and more the air.
LordKilluminati: Wow u should use foam when it's cold in ur on the ground
TLOU386: I've been through 4 starters and a new flywheel,and it seems to still grind,I don't kno what the problem is
Turbo231: No...a corvette starter is an upgrade, not really a fix unless your current starter is broken.
TLOU386: I have a 350 4 bolt main an I've been having trouble in the past with my starter working for a couple days then start to grind,I've tried shimming it but still no luck,do u think the corvette starter will solve my problems
Maheekun: @Turbo231 thank you for that, i was hoping to get it at Napa because they the closest to this hamlet. I was looking into getting a geared starter in the near future but that came today because my starter crapped out this afternoon, only 9mnths old and solenoid is fried.
Turbo231: @Maheekun I think 1992 was the year I picked...needs to be an LT1 RPO corvette...I got mine from napa and used my old starter as a core, you'll be looking for a cross reference to OEM GM part number 10455709. If you want the napa number I can get it for you, its just deep in a receipt pile.
FYI, over a year later and still working great...makes starting the car seem effortless.
Maheekun: what year corvette starter motor and which parts store did yo get it from, or better still, do you have the part number for that new starter?
Omar Chisolm: @Turbo231 Ur just like me i work on my car in the rain, snow, whatever lol. True warrior man =D
SVPrelude: Mine keeps grinding. If I hit it a few times it works. What does that mean?
Leroy Hogwash: You are too cool.
I had to replace the starter in my lt1 caprice and after this vid I decided to do what you did. I went to the parts store and the starter for my car was 169.00 and I remembered your video so I checked on the corvette starter and it was 119.00! I got the corvette starter and just tugged on the hot wire a little to get it over to the hot post. Turned key and had cool sounding starter/engine combo!
Thanks again you saved me 60 bucks!
Starter Replacement DIY Video on a 1994 Chevy Caprice Station Wagon LT1 to Corvette Starter5
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