You should be able to, however, It'll be a huge job! If the Chevy and the Olds are the same chassis (for example, Corsica and Beretta are roughly the same car) You'll have to research that more. The biggest problems are transmission and computer. The two engines might not use the same transmission, so bolt points/sizes may be different. The two engines will likely use different computers and engine wiring, so you are looking at an entire re-wire job at the very least.
No. Chevy wrote the book on V8 performance. And Honda wrote the book of fuel efficient, dependable, 4 cylinder engines. Honda & Chevy both make excellent vehicles. Drive them both and choose the one you like the best.
4 cylinder or 6 cylinder, 4 wheel drive or 2 wheel drive, need to know what you have cause they are all different. It is a 4 wheel drive, 6 cylinder.
If the car is a rear wheel drive , then ( YES )
possible have a bad master cylinder
On all engines, the fan(rear wheel drive) or belt drive(front wheel drive) is the front of the engine, looking at Engine from Drivers seat. For inline engines(straight block with all clyinders inline) the 1st cylinder is Number 1. On V-style engines,(V6, V8, etc) Left side front Cylinder will be Number 1. On a V6, the left side will contain Cylinders #1, 3, 5. Right side will contain Cylinders # 2, 4, 6.
No. It's rear wheel drive vs. front wheel drive. Engines will not match.
305 5.0 2-wheel drive years I think 88 and newer
NO. In the late month of 99 chevy REDESIGNED all the engines and transmissions and NOTHING will interchange from 99 down to 1999 and up.
overhauling a cylinder is a job for a pro, and not recommended...replace it with a new one..
get a new 1 eg a holden
The water pump on a 97 Chevy Malibu 4 cylinder is replaced by removing the engine accessories, drive belt, and radiator hoses. The pump can then be unbolted, removed, and a new pump installed.
The engines were powered by boilers
Could be a lean condition. Check all vacuum lines.
In terms of engines, an external combustion engine such as a steam engine burns fuel outside of the pressure cylinder used to drive the piston. An internal combustion engine such as a petrol or diesel engine burns the fuel inside the pressure cylinder used to drive the piston.
To replace the slave cylinder on this vehicle you will have to remove the drive shaft and then the transmission. The slave cylinder will be bolted to the inside of the bellhousing. The transmission is very heavy so be very careful.
Depends on the engine. 4 Cylinder GM engines used a pair of timing gears (no belt), while the V-6 used a gear and chain system. Neither one used a belt (other than the serpentine belt to drive the AC, alternator, power steering and water pumps.
Un hook the clutch pedal from the rod and then twist the master cylinder counter clockwise to release it from the firewall then drive out the pin holding the hose to the master cylinder, then reverse this to install the new one.
Yes there are differences in the Chevy 2.8L engines. Without intending to do an exhaustive list, here are a few differences: The early engines were designated X and Z. The X engines were about 105 hp, the Z engines were around 130 hp. It varied some through the years. The X and Z engines all had carburetors, cast iron heads and distributor ignition. Engines used in Citations, Chevy Celebrities and Pontiac 6000 were for front wheel drive. Engines used in Camaros, Firebirds were rear wheel drive engines. Yes, there is supposed to be some minor differences in the engine blocks. They may have been used in other models, I'm not sure. In 1985 the Z engine was replaced with the W engine. It was fuel injected but still used cast iron heads and distributor ignition. It also was about 130 horsepower. It was used in 1985 & 1986 Chevy Celebrities and Pontiac 6000s as front wheel drive, and Camaro and Firebird as rear wheel drive. It continued in Camaro and Firebird at least until 1988. 1987 the W engine was redesigned for Chevy Celebrities and Pontiac 6000 with aluminum heads, the fuel injected system was modified some and it changed to distributor less ignition. That engine became the 3.1L engine in Chevy Celebrities and Pontiac 6000 in the 1990 model year. It also may have been used in other cars, not sure about that.
The 1989 Oldsmobile was most definitly a front wheel drive vehicle.
The cylinder numbers are.drivers side front is 1 then 3 then 5 then 7 passenger side front is 2 then 4 then 6 then 8 for left hand drive vehicles.
you must drive the roll pin out where the line goes into the slave cylinder its a real small pin. can use a small punch or nail to remove.
its located underneath the passenger side of the truck bolted onto the transmission with a line attatched to it.