check that choke is operating correctly
On our 1995 Chevy S10 pick up, it's on the passenger side behind motor...looks kind of like a cylinder running lengthwise of the truck. On our 1995 Chevy S10 pick up, it's on the passenger side behind motor...looks kind of like a cylinder running lengthwise of the truck.
No it is not.
yes as long as they are both v6s or v8s
In the truck!
Sure, You will have to change everything,motor mounts,computer,wire harness, exhaust, etc...
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If we are talking about the V-8, then yes.
No difference in the engine. It is all in the trans and the rearend
You will have to replace it. The bearings are worn out in the blower motor.
First, take a socket wrench to remove the cover of the blower motor of a 1993 Chevy truck. Then pull the motor blower out and install a new one in its place. Lastly, screw the bolts of the blower motor cover back in.
Many Chevy motors will interchange, need to know what you have in mind.
You may have a vacuum leak
yes it will need no mods to fit either
No you can not , That is what makes and keeps the engine running
No the car and truck motor mount holes are in a different location, Will not bolt up.
the 1986 Chevy truck 305 HO produced 180 hp
Distributor rotates clockwise.
the fireing order is on the intake
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block hugger headers
It's on the side of the motor
No it will not.
Roughly every 5000km (3125 miles)