You didn't tell us quite enough information. Top speed depends quite a bit on which engine and transmission your car has as well as how well the engine runs. The speedometer in these cars only goes to 85 MPH, but a good running car will easily run faster than that. We have a 1986 Chevy Celebrity with the 2.8L V6 and automatic overdrive transaxle and a very rare cop car speedometer which goes to 120 MPH. Somewhere we have a picture of the speedometer at 107 MPH.
Yes, but you have to remove the automatic transmission housing, and you have to replace the Torque Converter with a standard transmission clutch that matches the type of transmission with which you are mating the engine.
? The speedometer cable attaches to the transmission, not the engine. Please try again with more info.
That would be a 4L80E automatic transmission.
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check your speedometer sensor located back left of engine bay on top of the transmission
Standard cab with a 4 cylinder engine and automatic transmission is rated at 5600#. Standard cab with a 4.3 V6 engine and automatic transmission is rated at 6000#. Extended cab with 4.3 V6 engine and automatic transmission is rated at 5500#.
No. You can remove the engine and leave the transmission in the vehicle.
Generally the transmission dipstick is on the backside of the engine near the firewall.
The question is if the transmission is a standard or an automatic, if it is a standard then the transmission is located directly behind the bell housing which is bolted onto the rear of the engine, if it is an automatic then the transmission is bolted directly to the rear of the engine