you are better off trying to find the same year and size as you have most 83-84-86-87 will fit but you will run into a lot of problems if you do not put in same year because some 84-85 engins are fuel injected and some are not and most of the wiring and vacume lines are different to so although theengine will fit right in you will be trying to get it all together for a while
fire engines put out fires
There is no such thing as a 1991 Chevy Celebrity
Yes, these engines are interference engines. The valves may hit the pistons when belt breaks/jumps time. Don't put off changing timing belts on these kind of engines.
It is no more difficult to put a drive belt on a 1985 Chevy Celebrity than it is in most other cars. Just loosen the driven device, move the adjustment in and remove the belt then replace in the reverse order. Of course if the belt you want to replace is the inside most position you will have to go through the process on the outer belts to get to the inner belts, but that is true on any vehicle.
most engines take 5w30 unless the oil cap says otherwise
it is a big engine bay, some people have put LS1 corvette engines in them
194 is the number bulb for nearly very GM product around that era.
You will be fine with 10w-40 ATV or motorcycle oil designed for wet clutch engines.
No, you can only be sued if the piece of text is irrelevant to the celebrity and if it is offencive.
all ford zetec petrol engines use 5/30 grade
10w-40 motorcycle or ATV oil designed for wet clutch engines.
In order to put your photo beside a celebrity, use a professional software like photoshop. Or an app. Many different kinds exist to help you do this easier.
SAE 5 W 20 - certified for gasoline engines - according to the 2002 Ford Expedition owners manual
According to the 1999 Ford Explorer Owner Guide ( 5W-30 ) is used in all the engines
You can only swap an engine of a Civic Hatchback with an engine of a newer car. Its only legal to swap in engines of the same or newer OBD series. So the Civic engine you swap with has to be a 94 or newer but any of those engines will fit.
you can put castrol 10w30 but i would a brand made for motor cycles like motul or the factory oil
10w-30 was standard 5 quarts for the 4.3/ 5.0/ 5.7 engines respectively with the new filter
All I know of is Danny Gokey, put there must be more.
( 5 w 20 ) for the 2.3 L - 4 cylinder and the 3.0 L - V6 engines ( according to the owners manual )
you can do anything if you want it bad enough. but yes you can. the 1985 S10 4x4 blazers came with 4 cylinder engines. I know because my parent bought one. it was sorely under powered though.
yes you can. most people use the 302 v-8.It works better if you have a 2" body lift.