remove drain plug and fill plug uses dexron gm auto trans fluid
No, different bolt pattern.
go to chuck's Chevy pages .com the answer should be there.
It will fit, But it won't WORK. The 1999 transmission is electronic and requires a computer and speed sensors to make it shift right. You need one from 1987 down.
8 to 10 degrees.
On the fuel line going to the carburetor.
Which sending unit? Oil or temperature? Or ?????
No, it will not work. The 86 is a mechanically controlled transmission, vs. the electronically controlled transmission of the 96 (which also means the engine ECM will be programmed to function with that electronically controlled transmission).
The bell housing bolts are 3/8-16.
1987 is the last year for a carburetor.
There is only one.
The car has a 700R4 transmission. 4 speed automatic
The transmission oil goes in thru the dipstick tube.
It is in the throttle body.
If it is an automatic transmission, Dexron III or Mercon are both acceptable.
That should be the 400 turbo.
That would be the 400 turbo.
the only way i could figure out how to get the starter out was to remove the right engine mount
They came with 31x10.50 R 15 Radial Tires.
With a 4-barrel carb. 155hp @ 4000 rpm
The 86 2.8L automatic transmission will not bolt up to a 71 Chevy engine.