I am assuming you are speaking of a 301. I just pulled a 301 out of a 1978 Pontiac Bonneville. First pull the fly wheel cover. Then there are 6 bolts to remove the bellhousing from the block. If you remove the distributor cap. You will have descent access to the top four bolts. I believe it was a 9/16s. then you will need to get under the car to remove the bottom two. Then there are three bolts that connect the fly wheel to the torque converter. that is also 9/16s. you will need to stop the motor from spinning when apply pressure to these. If you are only dropping the tranny, you will need to remove the cross member. Make sure you have a transmission jack or something adequate.
its bolted to the motor
no. different motor series. but the motor and transmission is
yes it should bolt right up as well as the original motor and tranny
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Horse power is a rating on the motor, it has nothing to do with the transmission.
Does your Firebird have a Chevy or Pontiac motor in it?If it is a Pontiac motor, you will need an adapter from Summit or Jeg's.Also, it could be a different output shaft length and spline count.
The differential is part of the transmission gear train. It does not have a separate motor.
If by "Civic transmission" you mean a D-series transmission then no, it is not compatible with the B-series engine. If the Civic has a B-series transmission then, oviously, it will work. All 5-speed B-series transmissions are compatible with all B-series engines.
the starter is on the driver side in the front of the motor near the transmission.
The turbo 400 transmition is widely used, it just depends on what motor it was originally bolted to.
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