Connect the green wire to the negative side of the coil.
on the drivers side of the distibutor cap using a blade electrical hook up you can plug into the opening or if there is a wire already there splice into it make sure all your grounds are in place or you will burn up you coil
On the distributor cap there is an extension that juts out toward the driver side. underneath this are two wire terminals. they should be marked on the top of the cap "Tach" and "Batt." A wire with a male spade end crimped onto it fits into the "tach" terminal and provides a signal for your tachometer to use.
It can be done, yes. You could even hook up a digital display which shows your RPMs, fuel efficiency, engine fault codes, etc. if you wanted. They're available.
if it is a hei ignition there is a place on the distributor cap that says tach.
If the 350 engine is a carbureted engine and not FUEL INJECTED, Then remove the 327 and install the 350 and hook everything back up and your done. They are the same blocks other then the stroke.
No turbo 350's in 1992.
NO. And it won't work in the place of the 97 350 vortec.
The Firing order for a Chevy 350 is 18436572.
bolt them on their the same
what year is my 350 chevy engine K1201KRH
That's what should be on it.
Could be the tach is set for 6 cylinders?
First of all Chevy did not make a vortec engine in 1987 or 1995, those engines are TBI / Throttle body injection engines. And yes they will interchange with no problems.
id take the rocket my self it has a little more power than the Chevy 350
the firing order for a small block Chevy 350 is 18436572
how do you set the timing for a 1997 Chevy 350 5.7 engine
nothing. but the intake will be diff.
how do i doa Valve adjustments for a Chevy 350 5.7l?
i know on a 75 Chevy scottsdale with a 350 it is 35 thousandths