The small black (either rubber or plastic) hose attached to your cars blower motor is a cooling tube for the blower motor.
There is, as far as I am concerned, anyway, only one blower co. GMC. The 471, 571, and 671. The rest are pretty much just for show.
The 351M, is "modified." Windsor motor, with Cleveleand heads. So, I guessd a small block.
the big block will bolt right to the small block motor mounts but they do make big block motor mounts that you can buy and install on the 66, it lets the engine sit a little lower and further to the drivers side.
You will find the blower motor under the hood, on the firewall, passenger side, close to fender. To remove the blower motor, unplug the electrical connection at the blower motor, disconnect rubber cooling tube, remove the 5 small screws holding it in place, then wiggle the blower motor out and reverse procedure to install.U alsohave to remove the black box on top of the washer bottle.
ON THE 1993, THAT BLOWER MOTOR RESISTER BLOCK IS LOCATED LOW ON THE BLOWER-MOTOR/HEATER CORE SHROUD (OUT ON THE FIREWALL) JUST TO THE RIGHT OF THE HEATER CORE AND JUST BENEATH A PAIR OF HEATER HOSES THAT GO THRU THE FIREWALL. IT JUST MIGHT ALSO BE LOCATED THERE ON THE 2002.On the '02, it's located inside under the dash, behind a small panel, below the glove box.
On the passenger side under the dash is the blower motor held in with 3 small screws. First unplug the wire harness to the blower and remove the 3 screws. Installation is in the reverse order
NO. Not even close.
The Blower Motor in under the dash area ubder the glovebox. You will need to remove the plastic cover to get to it. It has 3 small screws holding it in place
Its to the left of the blower motor under the dash on the passengers side and it should be held in place by a small screw and or its just a pull out type.....
On the passenger side, bend under the dach, disconnect the coupler, remove the screw of the small hexgonal part and remove the blower motor resistor!
Under the hood, on the passenger side of the firewall, close to the blower motor. It has an electrical connection you can unplug and is attached with two small screws.
change the motor mounts and get the computer and wiring harness out of the donor car that the small block came out of.
The 390 Ford motor is an FE block and was made as a Big Block only. The small block or Windsor motor could be bored and stroked to have 390+ cubic inches. To build a stroker motor you have to do extensive machine work and parts matching. That process usually involves large amounts of money.
Blower MotorRemoval & InstallationWith Air Conditioning1. Disconnect the battery ground.> On trucks built for sale in California, remove the emission module located in front of the blower.2. Disconnect the blower motor wiring at the blower.3. Disconnect the cooling tube at the blower.4. Remove the 4 mounting screws and pull the motor from the housing.To Install5. Remove the clamp from the blower case and remove the blower cage.Mount the cage on the replacement motor.6. Install the blower motor and tighten the 4 mounting screws.7. Connect the cooling tube and wiring hardness.8. Connect the negative battery cable. Check the blower motor for proper operation.9. Cement the cooling tube on the nipple at the housing using Liquid Butyl SealerD9AZ-19554-A, or equivalent._______________________________________________________________Blower Motor ResistorRaise your hood. Look at Right Hand back firewall. (Passenger side)You can see the rear of blower motor.Look beside it there is a plug (I believe to the bottom right)The small rectangle assembly under that plug is your resistor block.Remove the 2 bolts that hold it to the firewall and pull it out.Reverse procedure to reinstall.Then you will be cooking -w- heat again
Remove the door for the glove box, you will see the complete motor there. A small socket set will do the job.
Raise your hood. Look at Right Hand back firewall. (Passenger side)You can see the rear of blower motor.Look beside it there is a plug (I believe to the bottom right)The small rectangle assembly under that plug is your resistor block.Remove the 2 bolts that hold it to the firewall and pull it out.Reverse procedure to reinstall.Then you will be cooking -w- heat again ------------------------------------------ Blower MotorRemoval & Installation With Air Conditioning 1. Disconnect the battery ground. > On trucks built for sale in California, remove the emission module located in front of the blower. 2. Disconnect the blower motor wiring at the blower. 3. Disconnect the cooling tube at the blower. 4. Remove the 4 mounting screws and pull the motor from the housing. To Install 5. Remove the clamp from the blower case and remove the blower cage. Mount the cage on the replacement motor. 6. Install the blower motor and tighten the 4 mounting screws. 7. Connect the cooling tube and wiring hardness. 8. Connect the negative battery cable. Check the blower motor for proper operation. 9. Cement the cooling tube on the nipple at the housing using Liquid Butyl Sealer D9AZ-19554-A, or equivalent.
A small block. It is the first motor squared, by Chevy, meaning it has a 4 inch bore, and 4 inch stroke.
On the passenger side underneath the dash, look for a connector with four wires. The blower motor resistor should have two small bolts holding it in place
That Boss 302, was a pretty amazing motor.
Normally,a Small Block 350
"The v8 350 is a small block Chevrolet motor.....................it became a big block at 396cubic inches......so anything smaller is a "small" block" this is a little misleading. a 350 is indeed a small block. a 396 is indeed a big block. but you can have a small block that is (internally..cubic inch wise) actually larger than a big block. for example GM made a 400 cubic inch small block. internally it is a larger engine than a 396, but the outer dimensions of the 396 are larger than the 400 small block. and the external dimensions and cylinder head design are what make a small block a small block, and a big block a big block. a small block engine simply has a physically smaller block...a big block is called a big block because it's block is bigger than that of a small block.
When the center exhaust valves are side by side (siamese), it's a small block (EIIEEIIE). Big blocks are symmetrical (EIEIEIEI).