There should be a sticker on the fan shroud telling you which wire to disconnect. On the older tbi motors it was tan with a black stripe i believe. Disconnect this wire, the loosen the dist. bolt and check the timing with a timing gun. Rotate the dist. until you get the desired timing then tighten the dist. bolt and connect the tan wire.
On a vortec engine you have to have a engine scanner to adjust the timing. But if there is no check engine light on then the timing is correct all ready. It is controled by the computor, There is no ajustment needed.
No, the 1992 Chevy 350 (5.7L) V8 is not a Vortec engine.
No, the 350 Vortec was not available until a couple years later.
That's what should be on it.
A 5.7 is a 350. Vortec is basically the type of head used.
how much torque for a Chevy Z71 350 vortec engine valve cover
NO. And it won't work in the place of the 97 350 vortec.
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No it is not.
no they will not
No not even close.
5.7L V8 350 Vortec.
5.7L 350 Vortec engine.
First of all Chevy did not make a vortec engine in 1987 or 1995, those engines are TBI / Throttle body injection engines. And yes they will interchange with no problems.
255 HP from the factory.
That would be the 5.7L / 350 Vortec.
pre-1988 Chevy 350 5.7 (in trucks) were carbed (with the exception of diesels) so that is the first thing to look for. after 1996 the 350 engines are vortec- until 1999, when they went to a 327 5.3 litre engine. (with the excption of the W/T) but still vortec's. and of course, the plastic throttle body cover that says...Vortec
Yes but it has to be a vortec 350 so evrey thang matches up to the computer.