If it has a 1978 motor, then no...I tryed this similar thing and the holes don't match up exactly. The manufactorers make two diff. versions for your truck, ask your parts store to verify which starter to use.
No. blocks are not the same.
No turbo 350's in 1992.
How do you change the heater core on a 1978 Chevy Nova Custom with a 305 v8 engine and where is it located on the car? thanks jj
Passenger side, front, lower on the motor.
Should be on left side facing motor down at bottom of engine near the fire wall.
remove starter remove transmission unbolt flywheel
They made a few versions of it. I would have to know which motor you have.
the standard motor that it came with off the assembly line was a classic 350. but if its a used truck it could have been bored futher.
u have to pull the whole distributer to change the pickup coil
YES it will.
Yes it will.
Yes, There the same.
yes, the motor will interchange no problem. on the 68 engine it may have less pollution control system then the 78 is all
Well mine is a 5.7 liter 350 v8, with about 170 hp
Yes but you might have to change the driveshaft
When you learn how to spell safety right I'll help you
check your wiring to the motor, if you have a hot lead on it, figure out why.
If it is a stock motor then yes it is. 600 CFM carburetor will be just fine on a stock engine.
The manual calls for a 10w30 motor oil. Just any 10w30 motor oil will work depending on your preference of brand.
The 1978 Mercedes-Benz 450 starter relay switch can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The starter relay switch will be on the drivers side of the firewall.