Astro and Safari 100 ft. lbs.
No , a 1986 Chevy Caprice is REAR wheel drive
the correct torque for these bolts is as follows: 96lbs
The order is 1,2,3,4,5,6
torque, in sequence, to 35-40 ft-lbs, then repeat at 65-70 ft-lbs in sequence.
There are two different steering wheels available for a 1986 Chevy Celebrity. One was the standard steering wheel, the other came on Eurosprt models. They are quite different so I need to know which one you have to answer your question.
For a Fort F250 from 1986, most vehicles have a recommended torque of 140 foot-pounds. This has increased for later models of F250, to a current 160 foot-pounds.
no there is no fuel shut off. This is correct, there is no fuel shut off switch on that early of a model, or any s10 for that matter.
the fuel filter is located on driverside rear in front of the rear wheel.
yes you can. just take off the front driveshaft from the transfercase. there you go, 2 wheel drive.
the widest one on the timeing chane cover right in the middel of it
If you have the "know how" you can.........to answer your question, yes, it can be done
If the engine is designed for a front wheel drive car then it might fit. If it is for a rear wheel drive car then it probably will not work in a Chevy Celebrity.
All you have to do is take the tranny out and unbolt it from the fly wheel, its really easy, I have done it a few times.
Yes you can, but don't drive over 50 to 55 MPH
Advertised Horsepower is 165 HP @ 3800 RPMs. Advertised Torque(FT. LBS.) 275 Ft. LBS @ 1600 RPMs. 4-Barrel Carb.