If you want a stocker,you could use cast iron heads with 1.94 intake/1.60 exhaust valves.For your camshaft,you could use 423"intake/446"exhaust...Nothing special.If you want a little more performance,something that will turn heads,a weekend racer,or to seek and destroy rice burners,step up to cast iron or aluminum 2.02 intake/1.60 exhaust heads.For your camshaft,you could use a 498"intake/498"exhaust rough idle roller camshaft,with roller lifters.For race/competition,you could use ported and polished aluminum heads with 2.08 intake/1.60 exhaust.For your camshaft,you could use a roller 544"intake/567" exhaust with roller lifters.You could go either way YOU want.Just trying to ballpark it for you.
I think you mean CAMSHAFT position sensor.
The Camshaft Sensor is located right behind the crank shaft fly wheel and can be very hard to change out without consulting a mechanic first.
No, there is no camshaft sensor on that model.
Camshaft position is taken from the distributor, there is no separate sensor.
1988 cougar will not crank over
It is in the distributor.
Probably a crank sensor
Check the Altenator
No it does not. It has a distributor no need for a cam sensor.
A faulty crank sensor can do that.
does the vehicle crank at all or does it not do anything>: If the vehicle dose not crank be sure to have your headlights OFF. I know that this is a problem in my 1988 Z24.
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Naked - Talking Heads album - was created on 1988-04-03.
check on the back of the motor above the transmission
the heads should fit as long as your not trying to put them on a big block
No it will not. V-8 is different then a 4 and 6 cylinder engine.
Gm. did not use a crank shaft sensor in 1988, It had a distributor that done everything.
With a tape measure check the length of the camshaft by either checking the new camshaft or measuring along the top of the engine, now take that length and extend it out from the front of the engine to see if you have a straight shot out the front of the block to remove the camshaft, by default the fan, radiator and ac condenser will need to removed for the actual removal of the camshaft.
The starter is located under the engine, right alongside the crank case. As you look to the front of the car, it's on the left side of the crank case.
if it has a crankshaft sensor that's bad
Check battery first, then solenoid. Try a jump.
There is no crank sensor on a 1986 camaro z28.. that sensor is in the camaros past 1988 i believe.. but the 1986 carb or fuel injection (tpi) does not have one
I don't know of a kill switch but there is a crank sensor.
it will be mounted at the harmonic balancer on the bottom and front of the engine