I just finished building a 350 olds to go in a 90 model chev pu. I couldn't find a stock replacement and ended up going with an aftermarket one i ordered from oriely's. Simply remove the one bolt bracket from the exhaust manifold stud and twist out the old one. Be sure to clean the hole well and put a small amount of high temp silicone around the base of the new tube to prevent leaks and twist it in. Mine took quite a bit of wiggling but i eventually got it to seat properly. hope this helps.
Bad coil wire, bad coil, etc...
Omega - Marvel Comics - was created in 1973.
I would bet no, it did not. The 1973 Oldsmobile engine was painted gold and the Pontiac engine was not.
1973 Oldsmobile toronado
It weighs 4,640 pounds.
It should tell you right on the transmission dipstick.
It may not have one on a '73. If it does it would be under the dash.
First generation of Oldsmobile Cutlass went from 1964 to 1967 and the second generation of Oldsmobile Cutlass went from 1968-1972. Third Generation of Olds mobile Cutlass went from 1973-1977.
225 horsepower - UA engine code or 250 horsepower - UD engine code
Restoring a classic car or refusing to give one up means finding the right parts. JC Whitney has millions of car parts, including a rear view mirror for a 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme.
It's either on the drivers side on the engine block or the passenger side on the block depending on the engine in your vehicle.
Oldsmobile produced 219,857 Cutlass Supreme's in a 2 dr. cpe and 26,099 4 dr. sedans
No The Olds 350 was painted gold from 1968 to 1974. The air cleaner had Rocket on it.
It goes into a hole on the driver's side of the block between #5 and #7. There is an indentation in the head casting to make room for it.
General Motors tested airbags on the 1973 model Chevrolet automobile that were only sold for government use. The 1973, Oldsmobile Toronado was the first car with a passenger air bag intended for sale to the public.
Figure $350 for a rebuilt unit, $100-150 to install.
I believe i may have found the answer in the user manual for the W116 at the following site: http://handbook.w116.org/Maintenance/MY72/120.pdf Good luck!
due to the tightness in the engine bay inner fender well must be ground before installation
The answer to this question varies based on the vehicle in which the 350 was originally installed. However in '73 there were only 2 variants of this engine used by OLDSMOBILE. The data are as follows: L 33 (2 bbl Carb - Delta 88 & Delta 88 Royale Models) 160 HP @ 3800 RPM and 275 lb-ft of Torque @ 2400 RPM L 34 (4 bbl Carb - Omega, Cutlass, Cutlass S, Cutlass Supreme & Vista Cruiser Models) 180 HP @ 3800 RPM and 275 lb-ft of Torque @ 2800 RPM These are SAE net values which were used beginning in '71 The N 10 Dual Exhaust option would have increased HP but I have no offical data to support this. Data provided by the 1973 OLDSMOBILE SPECS BOOK (Sept 1972). This is a Salesmen's guide to prices and options.
For example: A very popular car in 1972 was the Chevrolet Monte Carlo. In 1973 the Monte Carlo, Buick Regal and the Oldsmobile Cutlass Suprime were sold very well. Their prices varied from $4,700US to $6,000US approximatly.