You have change the transmission if it is an auto. or the bell housing if its a stick. the shaker hood depends on what intake manifold -carb combo you use, some of the hirise intakes won't clear for the scoop.
This swap is done a lot...but does take some work. Frame mounts for the engine have to be swapped, the wiring will be on the opposite side of the engine, the exhaust pipes will not line up with the Chevy exhaust manifolds, the transmission will have to be changed to a Chevy bolt pattern trans. And no....the shaker scoop would probably not fit. The scoops and bases were different for the Chevy, Olds, and Pontiac engines. I found this out the hard way after someone stole my scoop. Wasted a lot of money on ones that didn't fit.
Yes it will fit right in there with no problems.
NO. 1988 is when chevy changed everything.
Having a diagram of the hoses in a car will help ensure that everything is properly changed and connected. The vacuum hose diagram for a 1986 Chevy Pick up v6 can be found in its maintenance manual.
To fit properly, no.
If you want them to work properly, take it to the nearest Chevy dealership.
The ground strap on a 1997 Chevy Blazer 4.3 Vortec is located along the bottom of the engine near the frame. It ensures that electricity flows properly through the entire vehicle.
the chevy has less problems everything on the chevy has been tested for years
YES. Almost everything will interchange.
Not bled properly or not adjusted properly.
If it was installed properly there is no need to break it in.
They were not tightened properly.
1941 through 48 Chevy cars, 1973 through 78 Chevy Monte Carlo
Yes... in 1980 and 1981, you could get a 5.0 (305 chevy) motor in your T/A. So all you need to do is locate a shaker scoop with it's airbase and lid ...that was removed from a 5.0 motor. They can be found on e-bay as a complete set. If your car is an early model, you may have to drill out the scoop rivets and switch the later style out with the earlier style.
Not tightened properly? Threades stripped?
Get a professional to do it properly. Your welcome
If the turn signals are not working properly on a 2002 Chevy Venture and the fuses seem to be alright, check for burned out bulbs in the turn signals. Also, check to make sure the turn signal flasher is working properly.
It want stay running
about three hundred thousand miles. if properly maintained.
Get a manual on your car and get everything correct.
everything, it's from 2001!
Still unknown reason why, but after resetting system that is digitaly controlled is now working properly. THANKS DON.
NO. They are not even close to being the same. Chevy redesigned everything in 2000.
Yeah, but, I would use the Chevy trans, as well. You will have to fabricate everything.