If the dealer can't order them go to the wrecking yard.
I have now accomplished this repair. To extract the fuse/relay block from the LH front corner of the engine compartment, the master cylinder has to be moved aside. Its lines do not need to be disconnected. The block is secured by one screw at its front right corner. To get to this screw a universal 10mm socket is useful so that the washer bottle does not have to be moved aside. The block is unhooked from its retainer at its left rear corner. Lift the block up and to the right (of the vehicle). The lower cover of the fuse/relay block is released by pushing a small screwdriver into the slots on each side of the block. It is worked loose from the looms on its right side. The overheated socket has to be released. There is a pronged white plastic retainer that is slid to the right (of the vehicle) just enough to release the affected socket. Pull the socket out of the bottom of the block as much as the wire will allow. Unfold the twin lock from the wire insulation and bend the sharply wire back and forth until the socket breaks off the end of the wire. This minimizes the loss of wire length. Lightly scrape tarnish from the wire strands and crimp the new socket onto the wire with a twin lock crimping tool. Reinsert the socket up into the block and push the retainer back into place, making sure all sockets are properly located and retained. The socket I used was slightly different from the original. It has a spring retainer that is not used in this application. This retainer was bent in so that it did not function. The necessary tangs on the socket for the retainer are present. "Reassemble in reverse order of disassembly." The bottom cover of the fuse/relay block is a little hard to get in place but be careful and it will go.
it is on top of the block in the rear by the distruibter
You will need to remove the transmission.
Need to know the year of engine.
Yes. what is the question?- about a sm. block chevy.
It sure is ....i just purchased a donor block for my 98 silverado and sure enough it was a 4 bolt main block
just happened on my 06 chevy express van. found answer in earlier question for an 07 van: fuse block under hood. driver's side. number 18 TCB#2. replace the fuse. there is an under-engineered ground in the reverse circuit. if you back up with the dome lights on, it could blow the fuse.
You have to pull tranny. it is sandwiched between that & block, but pretty straight forward.
Chevy to Chevy...yes.
You have to take the block off and get to it first...I have a Chevy K1500 Z71 and I had to replace it but I had help.... The block is the lower part of the engine and has nothing to do with the intake gaskets. Go to a parts house or bookstore and buy a Haynes Manual and it will give you everything you need to know.
Answer The 86 Chevy block and the 87 Chevy block are the exact same block, nothing changed, it will fit perfectly.yes
The signal flasher on all versions of the Chevy Celebrity is on the fuse block. Simply unplug the old flasher and plug in the new flasher.
how do i set the timing for a chevy 350 small block?
The small block chevy turns in a clockwise rotation.
The block heater cord is on the Engine Block Heater on the 2007 Chevy Optra.
The 400 Chevy is a small block engine. The 400 BIG BLOCK Chevy does not exist! 402 big block Chevy does. it seems in the early 70s Chevy put 402s in their pick ups and they had 400 badges. this opened the can of worms known as the non-existant big block 400.
It is a small block
Unbolt from the block & take the nuts off studs to exhaust flange. You will need a new gasket for the block & a new one for the flange.
I am 14 and it is on the passanger side on the block with two fuel lines coming out of the top of it.
If you are sure that it did not freeze and crack the block, Then the intake manifold gasket is leaking. That is a common problem with the vortec Chevy engines. You need to replace the gasket with a factory Chevy gasket from the dealer.
Front seating area, driver side, under dash, below steering column, mounted in relay block.