Slightly messy this way... Make sure truck is cold. Unbolt thermostat housing located on the top front of the motor, with the upper radiator hose attached to it. remove housing, remove thermostat. Clean gasket surfaces on intake manifold & thermostat housing. Spread gasket silicone on intake thermostat flange. Install new thermostat, install new gasket on top. Spread gasket silicone on underside of thermostat housing. Bolt housing on intake. Remove radiator cap & top off with 50/50 coolant/water.
will a 1995 Chevy 350 lt1 motor work in a 1990 Chevy pick up
41 to 47 psi.
As long as the 350 is a fuel injected engine / TBI / Throttle Body Injection engine there is NO difference.
YES, they are basically the same engines.
5 quarts with the oil filter.
All Chevy small blocks and big blocks would "fit" into that 88 but, you will have to deal with fuel delivery.
5.0L SBC(small block Chevy) 305, 5.7L SBC 350 Not to sure if they had the SS I. That year. If so. 454 (7.4L) Source: I'm a fan of Chevy and a mechanic, own a 1991 with 350
It will bolt right in but, the "Y" pipe on the exhaust system from the 305 will not fit on to the 350.
nope they are different models
9 to 13 LBS. no less and no more.
bolt them on their the same
what year is my 350 chevy engine K1201KRH
The Firing order for a Chevy 350 is 18436572.
That's what should be on it.
No turbo 350's in 1992.
NO. And it won't work in the place of the 97 350 vortec.