The transmission will be the same because from 1982-1990 GM used the same transmission in the S10 Blazer and S10 Pickups
from what i have been told is even though the engines are the same size the trans might not be interchangable with your 83 model. because im going through the same problem my 85 s10 needs a 700r4 ,but it want interchange with every model of 2.8 engines,so if you know the answer to this please let me know.
I am stuiped
yes it will you can go all the way to a big block to a 4 cly. that's the great thing about a ChevyAnsweryes,it shoul swap right out
Yes, if you are refuring to the 4.3L V6, Any Small Block GM Transmission will work with this Engine-Transmission combination. Also I do believe the Buick 3.8L V6 will work as well. Any other V6 will not work as a direct bolt in. But anything can be done as long as skill and finance allow.
1984 to 1987 same engine same bike.
Bottom of engine pass side bolted to transmission.
Depends, which engine is in the 85, 13b or 12a?
The 1985 Econoline Van has an automatic transmission. The transmission can be rebuilt by any licensed transmission shop or purchased new.
I have one for a 1983 excalibor with 454. Would that do? Scottcweber@usa.com
1985 318i (1983-1993 ) Engine code 18 4E1 is listed as being belt driven best wishes
Well the engine doesn't bolt to the transfer case. The engine bolts to the transmission and the transfer case is bolted to the opposit end of the transmission. So, the engine swap should be a simple remove and reinstall operation. Good luck
the dipstick is near the back of the engine compartment. Check while at running temp
After removing the inspection cover on the under side of the transmission, you will see the torque converter. Remove the three bolts from the converter to flex plate. You will have to rotate the engine to gain access to all the bolts. If you can not rotate engine, you may pull the converter with the engine, it will slide out of the transmission, but you will have to pull engine more forward upon removal. There are six bolts that hold the transmission to the engine that will need to be removed. After removing these bolts the engine should be ready to be removed from transmission. There are two alignment pins on the back of the engine about 3/4" long. Once you have the engine lifted a bit to take the weight, rock it back and forth a bit to free it from the transmission, engine should slip free of the transmission.