This requires a set of special cam hold-down tools for holding the cams in place and the cam sprockets while removing the sprocket bolts. The procedure is quite extensive. Take a look here for a detailed walkthrough with pictures. http://www.60degreev6.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=DOHC&file=index&req=viewarticle&artid=12&page=1 For stock timing you must use the cam hold-down tools to keep the flats on top of each pair of cams parallel to each other. Done one side, turn the engine 360 degrees, then do the other side, so that the left side cams will have the flats facing up while the right side cams have the flats facing down. Good luck!
Yes it will, I did the interchange on mine
No, Chevy Lumina Z34 ever came with a 3.7L engine. So probably not.....
Gum maybe?? or tweaser??
It's located near the firewall by the passenger side of the car.
In the fuel tank.
You can find a vacuum diagram for your 1992 Chevy Lumina at most Chevrolet dealerships. Chevrolet service manuals will have the vacuum diagram and can be found at most local libraries.
Remove the positive cable from your 1992 Chevy Lumina battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter.
on my 1992 lumina z34 its about 5 inches from top on passenger side of car directly below radiator fill spout
WHAT SETTING ARE YOU REFERING TO ?
If your lucky, get one from junkyard or from a cheap parts car.
Trany shot replace
The Z24 engine is an overhead valve engine and the Z34 is an overhead cam engine. The Z34's engine is pretty tight in it's engine bay so if you were thinking of doing a "swap", Z34 engine will not fit in the Z24.