If you have a V8 in you Monte now the corvette engine should bolt right in but you will have to change the wiring and computer.
You have to remove the air cleaner box and its right underneath it on the 3.1 liter Monte Carlo ls's You have to remove the air cleaner box and its right underneath it on the 3.1 liter Monte Carlo ls's
Bolts on the caliper of a 1999 Monte Carlo will loosen to the left and tighten to the right.
my guess is that you have to bring down the gas tank, it should be right there.
On a 1995 Monte Carlo, the fuel pressure regulator is located on the right side of the engine. The regulator is on the lower right hand side of the cylinder valves.
The 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo starter can be found on the right hand side of the engine. The starter will be near the back of the engine.
Right Over The Battery
The crankshaft position sensor for the 1995 Monte Carlo is located on the front of the engine. It is just to the right of where the crankshaft comes out of the engine.
On my 01 it is behind the right front tire.
more than likely if it's not idling right you need to change the TPS sensor, (throttle position sensor).
It is important to gap the spark plugs at the right size. The spark plug gap for a 1981 305 Monte Carlo is .045 inches.
Take it to an alignment specialist to get it set right.
right behind and below the power steering pump on the block.
yes, if you buy the right cables, harnesses, box, etc.
It is located to the right of the throttle body. It is square shaped.
Yes. It should bolt right in.
I had a 87 and if I remember right it didn't have door speakers.
upper right side back of the motor almost to the right and under the egr valve
78-87 Monte Carlo is a G-Body GM car that is smaller than a 77-90 Caprice which is a B-Body GM car. The seats in a Monte Carlo will fit in a Caprice, but they may not look quite right. You will need to do bolt location modifications. I would not recommend trying to use a bench seat from a Monte in a Caprice. It is not wide enough.
stock 180 horse power right off the lot
sure, it should bolt right in.
Best to take it to the shop and let them put the aiming gauges on it to get them right.
Loosen the tensioner pulley on your Monte Carlo 3.1 liter engine. Slide the tensioner pulley to the right. The serpentine belt can be removed. Put the new serpentine belt on and slide the tensioner pulley to the left.
Its on the right hand side of the motor on the injection rail
no, they fit right under. no cutting or lift kit...