Yes but modification will be needed
5.7 liter vortec.
The recommended spark plug gap on a 1996 Chevy C1500 with a V8-305 engine is .060"
I have a 1996 Chevy extended cab cheyenne pickup. i need to know how to install a door handle on the passenger side.
NO it will not.
every engine needs fuel, air, and spark. which is it not getting?
Engine oil, 4.5 qts with filter change.
you won't,but it will fit as you can install any Chevy big block in it,may have to modify motor mounts- sounds like a fun project, good luck
Where what! What is your question?
Try the lower rear of the engine - try to follow the + battery cable
You would find it in the front of the engine driven by the accessory belt.
NO it will not. The bell housing is different.
No it does not, GM. did not start using roller cams until 1996.
Check your gas cap. Make sure the seal is still good. This will cause the check engine light to stay on and is an easy fix.
The most common engine used was the 5.7L 350 V-8. But it may have the 6 cylinder in it. Count the spark plugs.
yes you can but you need to cut some of the sides to make it fit
The Chevy SBC 5.7L 350cid V8 was the standard
If it is the VORTEC engine then it is bolted to the passenger side of the timing cover on the front bottom side of the engine. If it is the TBI / THROTTLE BODY INJECTION engine then it don't have 1.
It just unscrews, It is real tight.
Look at this: http://autorepair.about.com/library/firing_orders/bl-fo-5830.htm
It depends on the gear ratio of the rear ends. You can find this out in the glove compartment of your truck. It should tell you there. Hope this helps you out.