Assuming that you are talking about a non computer controlled engine and a VERY strong engine stand I would say that you need a battery with connections to engine for ground,to starter, and to the coil. A remote starter switch connected also to the starter solenoid and pos battery cable. Fuel supply and tubing if pump is on engine if not you will need a fuel pump. Radiator and hoses for cooling unless you only intend to test fire it and not run it for more than a minute. And remember that when you want to shut it off to pull the coil wire.
The engine stand bolts up to where the transmission bolts to the back of the engine.
It's a small metal hook the length of the motor tube, fitted into the motor mount. This clips over the nozzle end to hold the engine in place when retro firing happens at the end of flight. If you didn't have this hook, the motor would blast out of the back of the rocket when it 'retroed'
where does your PVC valve hose hook up to from the valve cover on a 6 l motor
Depends on a lot of factors, including oil viscosity, engine mileage, temperature, etc. The best way to find out is to hook an ammeter to your starter motor wire, you will get an exact answer.
this depends on the original engine bolt pattern to the gear box pattern, if they are the same then it will work
There should be a positive battery cable hook-up under the hood and take the ground on the cables and hook to engine block or some metal piece.
you have to take the motor brackets that hook the motor to the front of the car and then roll the engine forward carefully to get to the back three plugs.
Under the hood on the driver side is a fuse/relay box with a rod sticking out. This is where you hook the positive. Above that on the suspension is a spot to hook the negative but it can hook to basicly anything metal that provides a ground to the car
it will fit, just be sure the motor mounts hook up or you'll have to make adjmts.
Mercury Marine uses a lifting eye that threads into the flywheel hub for mounting, and removing, the engine.
you would hook them up paralell. + to +, - to -. then the motor, thus increasing amps. if you hook them up + to - then motor you increase volts to 24, probably fry the motor.
Hook a motor up to a battery.
This question is very vague, but I would assume that your 67 Camaro has a different engine besides the 350, which may require new motor mounts if it's a 6 cylinder. Disconnect everything from the engine, including the bellhousing bolts that connect the engine to the transmission. Place a jack or block under the transmission to hold the front of it up. After removing the hood, hook up an engine hoist to the current engine, and slowly lift it out, checking that everything is unhooked from the engine as you go. Determine if you need different motor mounts for the 350, and once resolved, lower the 350 into the engine bay and align the motor mounts and the bellhousing of the transmission. Replace the motor mount bolts and the bellhousing bolts. Then, hook everything up to the 350. Depending on what engine was previously in there, you may need to modify the exhaust, throttle linkage, accessory brackets, and vacuum hose routing.
hello i need to know what wires i need to hook up for my aftermart remote start in in 94 Chevy s-10 truck with a 2.2 motor
the hoses hook to the back of the engine one on the right and one on the left, best way to work on these is from the underneath.
if it is a 240volt motor it does not matter,
Answeryou will have to hook up a scan tool to see if you have cranking rpm with motor spinning over. rpm singal. also when you crank the engine the check engine light will go out if it is working
because the computer went into limp because of a problem the computer is reading get a scan tool and hook it up it will tell you
Yes, just hook the charger to the jump start posts under the hood on the driver side.
unplug the wiper motor under your hook, its located at the back of the engine compartment on the passenger side
On the bottom inside next to the engine on the air intake there is a elbow there that can become bad and make a air leak
intake air filter for the motor is in the intake filter housing, passenger side of the engine bay, has hook clips you need to release to get to the filter element
To replace a motor mount on a 1995 Chevy S-10 4-cylinder 2.2L, the engine will need to be hoisted up out of the vehicle until the new motor mount is welded in, if the mount is rusted out. Then lower the engine, keeping it on the hoist until both motor mounts are secured. Then, it will be necessary to hook up all other parts to the motor, like the transmission. If the motor mount is only missing the bolt, then replace the bolt with a new one.