Unfortunately, that's one of the problems with doing a valve job on an older engine. Often it's better to do the whole thing and get it over with. Make sure you aren't getting "wash down", that's where you get too much fuel into the cylinders and it picks up oil on the cylinder walls. It can also be a problem with valve stem seals that were installed improperly, or the cylinders may have picked up a little debris and caught under one of the rings.
cracked heads, water and oil are mixing
YES, However, the heads are different on the 1996. they are the most sought after Vortex heads..everything will bolt right up and run great.
They are in the heads where the exhaust manifolds are bolted to the heads. The plugs have rubber wires hooked to the ends of them.
the heads are the same upto 93
no the heads are diffrent
Yes they are the same block and heads you might have to swap intakes though
DONT EVEN TRY IT THE HEADS ARE DIFFERANT BUT THE BLOCK IS BASSICALLY THE SAME BUT ITS NOT WORT THE HASSEL DONT EVEN TRY IT THE HEADS ARE DIFFERANT BUT THE BLOCK IS BASSICALLY THE SAME BUT ITS NOT WORT THE HASSEL
block and heads are the same but not the computers
Cause they can.
You have to change from the block up including the heads, intake, Computer and wiring.
The heads or 65 ft.lbs Intake bolts 35 ft-lbs