do it at normal operating temp...make your marks on the timing tab and the damper....on the drivers side of the firewall is a wireing harness...there should be a single wire sticking out ot it that is tan with a black stripe, unplug that wire connector to time engine....the check engine light will come on at dash....set timing...should be set to zero btdc...remember to plug connector at firewall back together when done.
It is out of a 1988 Chevy suburban It is out of a 1988 Chevy suburban
Weight of 79 Chevrolet suburban
Yes it will, samething
1988 - 1998
No it does not. It has a distributor no need for a cam sensor.
YES, They are the same engines. That would be a direct bolt in.
yes. as long as they both have air conditioning.
Your pour it in the same place you check it.
Sure! You will probably get quality work for a premium price.
Any hood from a Chevy/GMC from 1988 to 1999. Includes truck, Tahoe/Yukon, and Suburban.
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1988 to 1999 will work. Pick-ups and surburbans are the same doors.
YES. Those 2 year body styles are the same.
It does not matter on that year as long as it is power steering fluid.
check the deminsions of both doors and also the bolt patterns of each
depending on plant maufactured and addded accesories between 185-205 hp roughly
Around 230-250 depending on application I believe.
The transmission has to be removed. Once the trnsmission is removed the fly-wheel is right there to be removed.
I don't think so, given that the engine became computer controlled in 1996. I they are the same size they might bolt up just fine but I'm not sure how much work it would be to convert it to computer control. The Suburban and Silverado drive trains were almost unchanged from 1988 thru 1995 and 1996 thru 2000.
NO. 1988 is when chevy changed everything.
Check the info plate in the Driver's side door