That would be a small block.
350 is a small block you d*umb ass*
Oil Pan torque on the small block Chevy V8 is 12 lb/ft.
On the drivers side head between the first 2 spark plugs up front.
have you checked the fuel gauge itself to make sure it is working
We'd need to know what engine you had in order to answer this. If you have the 4.3 or a small block, it should be five quarts.
At The Battery Junction Block And At The Starter Solenoid
It is located on the side of the Engine block.
Yes, but Chevy did not make a 400 in 1985. If the car already has a v8, it is already a Chevy engine. If it is a v6, it is still a Chevy engine, but you would need v8 wiring, brackets, exhaust,etc to make it work.
install a new one!!
first off a 350 is not a big block, its a small block, and its 195 bhp.
The turn signal flasher on all years of Chevy Celebrity models is on the fuse block. The fuse block is at the bottom of the dash to the right of the steering column.
Whatever 1 is the easyest to get to.
No the 390 is a big block the 302 is a small block.
The flasher is in the fuse block. The fuse block is under the dash to the right of the steering column. It is a round can and simply plugs in.
18436572 It should be cast on the factory intake manifold.
It is right behind the distributor and screewed into the top of the engine block.
1989 chevy 5.7
You can find fuse block diagrams for your 1989 Chevy Celebrity in either a factory service manual, Chilton manual or Haynes manual. If you don't have a manual your local library may have a Chilton or Haynes.
Under the dashboard on the drivers side, in the fuse block. Just pull it and replace it.
Yes, They are the same. GM uses the same parts for Pontiac and Chevy, although the carb may be different therefore the carb from the Pontiac will not always work with a Chevy.
not even close youde have to do some major modifications to the motor and lighten up the chassis first