You need 10psi for every 1000 rpms That’s perfectly fine oil pressure
That depends on what engine it has.
I think around 40-60 psi maybe lower if engine has been running awhile!
Need engine size.
Engine oil pressure, cooling system pressure, ac pressure, fuel pressure?
Right by your oil filter
The 1974 Chevy truck has a mechanical fuel pump with a built in pressure regulator.
It is behind the distributor on the engine block. Not easy to get to, but it can be done.
maybe you have low oil pressure?
It is screewed into the top of the engine block right behind the distributor.
40 - 80 psi at idle, depending on what the engine is.
There is something not right with the engine.
The crankshaft sensor is located in the engine on a Chevy 1500 truck. This is under the hood.
It controls / regulates the fuel pressure.
In most automotive engines, aprox 10 lbs of oil pressure per 1000 rpms.
There is such a thing as a 454 truck engine, also 454 passenger car engine.
Advertised engine oil pressure is: 1000 RPMs----6 LBS or more 2000 RPMs-----18 LBS. are higher
Yes it will fit but here's the problem. The transmission in the 94 is computer / electronic controlled and it must have all the engine sensors that the 94 engine has to shift right. You would also have to install a fuel pressure regulator to lower the fuel pressure. The 86 engine is NOT a computer controlled engine. You need to install a 1988 through 1995 engine in that truck so you won't have any problems. Then you will be done with it.
oil pressure switch or knock sensor
can a chevy truck with a 350 engine with a tbi cause detonation and pre- ignition?
Who said it won't ? It will fit right in there with NO problems
No, it would not be able to handle engine braking.