the belt tensioner does it by itself.short answer no
The Chevrolet 350 V8 does not have a timing belt. It has a chain.The Chevrolet 350 V8 does not have a timing belt. It has a chain.
timing chain actually.
There is no timing belt on a 305 unless it is an aftermarket belt drive system.
yes but the tranny wont last long with the extra power of a v8
I get about 14-16 mpg on my 1999 Chevy Silverado 1500, 5.3L V8
timing chain ( for the 3.8 L - V6 and the 5.7 L - V8 ) in a 2001 Chevy Camaro
The Vortex V8 5.3 has 480HP Owner of a 1999 Chevy Silverado 1500ls Auto 4WD
You have got to be fukking kidding... v6 3800 or the v8 Ls1
I have a 1999 Chevy Express 2500 and a 2000 Chevy Express 3500 with 5.7 V8 and they both have a 4L80-E transmission in them. they are NOT cheap to rebuild. Over $2100 to rebuild one.
Late 1999 was the end of the 5.7L 350 engine.
There is no Chevy 4.3 V8. The 4.3 is a V6 followed by a 4.8 V8
First we need to establish what type of engine it has - 4.3L V6, 5.0L V8 (Chevy 305), 5.0L V8 (Oldsmobile 307) or 5.7L V8 Diesel. These were all options on the Parisienne.
V8 =timing belt, the v6 has a timing chain
A 1997 Jeep V8 has a timing chain, not a belt.
under the engine, driver side by the oil pan.
1 8 7 2 6 5 4 3
You can add Freon to your 1999 Chevy cooling system through the low pressure port. Connect your Freon bottle to the low pressure port and release the Freon into the system.
The Chevy V8 was first manufactured in the year of 1916. They didn't run very long due to them being less efficient and the excessive weight of the Chevy V8.
Loosen the alternator mounting bolt and the tension-arm bolt. Push the alternator so the pulley tightens the belts. Tighten the tension-arm bolt, and then the mounting bolt.
They weren't known as Chevy IIs in 1979, but yes, they could have a V8
No. Chevy never made a v8 of that dimension. It's a 6 cyl.