Generally between the engine and firewall, on the passenger side. For a 1980's Chevy, look for a round, closed metal loop low and near the distributor (again, on the back of the motor). The oil dipstick generally had a tee handle or an open metal loop on the driver's side of the engine.
That would be a destroked motor, and would result in a 285.
Anything before 1987.
either the tranny has too much oil in it or the o-ring around the dipstick tube is wore out or missing
no go to store and get the wright one for your motor
A guess would be 5-600lbs
On a motor 4- bolt or 2-bolt refers to how many bolts are on the main cap what holds the crack. when it comes down to it if your not putting a supercharger on the motor or making to a performers engine, you don't really need a 4-bolt main An 89 would probably have the dipstick below #6. It would most likely be a 4 bolt main, but not guaranteed.
it would be in the back midright of the motor its hard to describe but its slanted to the right.
The 5.3L engine would equal aprox 327 cubic inches.
A 5.0L would equal a 305 cu.in.
check crankshaft sensor sensor
if you dont have any oil in the cars motor that would be a reasin why its knocking
There is an automatic transmission dipstick in the engine compartment. The dipstick will have a yellow handle. Check the transmission fluid the same way you would check the motor oil.
NO IT WILL NOT. Must use V-8 frame mounts and motor mounts.
If they are both 3100 engines...yes. Direct swap. The only thing you MAY have to change would be the motor mounts.
Excessive internal engine wear (bad rings)
That would be the 4L60E
A Chevy 305 is not a transmission it is a motor. If you mean a Chevy turbo 350 then the answer would be 3 different forward speeds and reverse.
why would u do that 305s are junk keep it 350 the answer is yes you can swap a 5.7 for a 5.3 in a 99 Chevy
The tube slides into a grommet in the bottom of the block and the tube is also bolted to the side of the block. Either the bolt is loose/missing or the grommet is missing. The tube may be broken off or pulled out of the grommet at the bottom also.
you dont. the money it would cost in machine work and parts is way more than a 350 would cost to buy.
If you are missing some or all low speeds on the blower motor but still have high speed that would be the resister. The resister is located under the hood, attached to the HVAC (heating, ventilation and ac) box close to the blower motor. It has a removable electrical plug attached to it and is held in place with two small screws.
Yes, a 283, 305, 307, 327 etc will fit. You should be able to use small block motor mounts from 1966
It would depend on a few factors. If it has been sitting, and there is only a small amount, it could be condensation. If this a daily vehicle, and the dipstick comes out white, because of the mixture between the two, then you have a blown motor. Winter time, is when this is most common. Low anti freeze is usually to blame. The water in the motor freezes, expands, and cracks the block, or heads.