Look underneath the engine near the transmission. It should be there where it belongs unless someone moved it.
Should be a plug on the side of transmission
Trans should be a 4L60 E
you should be able to by just taking the screws off
If you have a 2.8 engine in your camaro it should bolt right up.
If your camaro has a manual transmission your starter will be on the passenger side of the of the engine right in front of the transmission and i dont think you need to remove the transmission but there should be twobolts that should be visible from underneath and as soon as you remove them just pull it forward and it should just slide out. After that you just need to remove the power cables and reverse the process. That is how it was on my car and if it is off i apologize. good luck
it should cause the iroc and the 94 camaro use the same transmission and the 94 v6 camaro transmission will fit the 94 z28 the only problem is that if you are a tire kicker and its a stick shift it wont hold up to the power but if its a automatic you should be fine
if your camaro was a v6 then you ve got work but if both where v8 then it should match right up but drive shaft lenghth may affect you just every thing else should convert right over if a v6 then go to junk yard get computer and wiring harness out of a good looking v8 5.7 install in camaro and your done make sure junk yard cars is around the same yeas (1990-1999) also check to see if intake are the same
should be a 700r4 dont quote me on that though
if its a standard trans it doesn't have one, if it's automatic it should be coming up by the firewall passenger side. might be cover by wires
Depends on the engine and transmission. It should be in the manual. Call the dealer with your Vin#. They should have it. Or it should be on the tag on the rear end cover held on by a bolt. It was on older cars. I am not sure on your though...Hope it helps..
If you are asking about an automatic trans....it should be 6.
yes it should bolt right in.
There is a fill plug on the side of the 1994 Camaro transmission. Remove the plug to check the fluid. The fluid should be high enough to be just before running out of the plug hole.
Should be the 700R4 transmission.
You should drain the oil in the engine. Put engine oil back in the engine because the transmission oil is not made for engines and will hurt the moving parts of the engine if left in.
yup it should bolt right up
The starter on a 98 V6 Camaro should be on the side of the engine block. It is close to the rear at the bell housing.
If you have all the front parts then yes, you should need to replace the headlights, fenders hood, and then the nose.
You should never add transmission fluid to a Chevrolet 350 engine. You can add transmission fluid to the transmission through the transmission dipstick holder.
There should be a dipstick at the very back of the engine. It should be gray and say transmission.
Money is the limit. IF the engine didn't happen to fit, you could have the engine compartment modified. A big block should swap right in with no issues... wiring, transmission, etc is a different story, but a big block will fit.
The outfit where you are getting your engine should know if the transmission housing will bolt up to the engine.
nope the transmission shifts not the engine
There is not a 350 engine known as a "big block". If the caprice and the truck are the same year it should fit perfectly.