339 Convertible WS6 Trans Ams were made in 1998. All WS6's have ram air.
thers about 12000 trans am produced in 1998 but i am not fully sure
There is no kill switch on a 1998 Trans Am.
You need a 44RE trans.
Advertised: 1998 Trans Am = 305HP 1998 Trans Am WS6 = 325HP The truth is any f-body LS1 should be rated at 345HP. GM under-rated that motor.
No it will not the 98 has a different contour than the 95
For a 1998 Buick Century:Custom Package: 205 70 15Limited Package: 205 70 15
No, they were revised in '98 and therefore not compatible with a 93-97
Standard trans, 25/31 Automatic trans, 23/30
No. The Cherokee uses a Aisin trans while the Wrangler uses a Chrysler trans,
305 hp 345 ft.
no you will need to change the trans no you will need to change the trans
All except the front fenders, hood and front clip.
The manual transmission uses Mercon. i have 1998 s10 with 5 speed trans i was told to use syncromesh trans fluid
No, it does not fit. Two totally different front ends. 1998 was the first year of the body style in the front end of the Trans Am. That particular style lasted until 2002 when Pontiac stopped making Trans Ams.
I dont understand your question.
It weighs about 3400 lbs.
That would be a 4L60E trans.
trans or oil? oil is in front left. i dont think the 98 blazer has a trans dipstick. Instead, there is a bolt on the side of the trans.
Automatic Trans: Right side (passengers side) at the bottom rear of the trans housing.