Connect the wiring harness on the back of your new radio. Slide the radio into the radio slot. Tighten down the radio retaining screws.
No, completely different body style.
You have wires going to the carb on a 72 Chevy c10?
Yes it should bolt right in
A c10 is 2 wheel drive and the k10s are 4 wheel drive.
The 2nd yellow wire goes to power, (usually a thicker red wire)
yes it is
1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2
1976 c10s did not come with 454s
The last year for the 327 in a C10 was 1968.
Chevy didn't have a V6 in their C10 in 63 but the GMC did in which case it would be timed at 5 degrees BTDC.
no you can't do it.
One is able to buy a Chevy C10 at several different retail locations along with online websites such as the following: Craiglists, a Chevy dealer, and at Auto Trader.
Specificity is next to answeriness.
16 or 20 gallon tanks were available on the 1984 c10
The Chevy Luv
On the driver side top of dash to the left towards the bottom of the windshield NEUTZ
The '67 C10 from Hot Wheels was released September 2013.
You use the old radio lot but you have to dremmel or rotozip the slot so that the radio fits in there. otherwise if you want to keep it all original, install the original radio, put new speakers in , an amp, a subwoofer, and an Ipod, get a FM transmitter and no one will even know you have a state of the art sound system in there. Ipods are waaaay better than CD players, No CD's to lug around, no need for a 100 disc changer, technology is a wonderful thing.