The timing is electronic controlled. You MUST have an OBDII engine scanner to set the timing to specs. Timing light will not work.
Lots of time, patience, and money.
not enough information what type of vehicle does it have a idiot light or gauge
need a puller to remove the power steering pump pulley, then remove the bolts holding the pump on
Any thing is possible just depends on how much you want to spend and also where you live if you have state inspections then no if not then try S10v8.com or jagsthatrun.com
more apt to be the engine control module
Topsoil varies in weight, depending on the type and texture, so it really depends.
the oil pressue sensor should be in the rear of the motor just behind the manifold there are several types but a 1 wire or hose should hook up to it I was afraid of that -- that's what the Chilton's manual says, too, but it doesn't tell me whether I have to remove the distributor (and I can't see anything that looks litke the new sensor I have). Do you know? Ding, ding, ding, we HAVE a winner!! I found it -- for anyone else in search of the elusive little thing, it's UNDER the distributor cap.
If this is a 305/350/400 small block Take the lead from the coil to the distributor "OFF" to prevent the engine from firing. This will take two people or a remote starter. Turn the engine over until the mark on the tortional damper lines up with the center or O mark on the timing tab on the front of the engine fastened to the crankcase front cover and the engine is in the number one firing position. This may be determined by placing fingers on the nuber one valve as the mark on the damper comes near the O mark on the crankshaft front cover.If the valves are not moving the engine is in the number one firing position.If the valves move as the mark comes up to the timing tab the engine is in number 6 position and should be rotated one more complete turn to bring it to the number one firing position. Also take the cover off of the distributor to determine that the rotor is positioned properly pointing to the number one spark plug then follow the firing order for that engine should be 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2 Wayne
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as far as i know the 4.3 is a v6 which is actually based off of the 5.7. gm just cut 2 cylindars off if there is a difference it will be the heat range on the plugs for your info, the Chevy 4.3 ltr in a 94-96 caprice is a 265 v-8, do some research before giving info on engines you know nothing about. oh and by the way, the power rating in a stock 4.3 v8 is higher than a stock 5.0 and also the correct answer is NO, the spark plugs are no different than the 305 or the 350.
The wire goes to the coil, which is bolted to the drivers side head in the front of the motor.
should be in the top of the valve cover on the passenger side and i believe you mean pcv valve right?