vacuum hose from window washer to where it runs from small hoses running under the window
You should never add transmission fluid to a Chevrolet 350 engine. You can add transmission fluid to the transmission through the transmission dipstick holder.
No. The 8.1 and the 6.6 are equiped with the allison
There is a fuel diagram for a 94-95 Chevy Blazer with a CPI 4.3 Vortec engine in the service manual. It shows the path the fuel travels from the fuel tank all the way to the injectors.
Diagrams for a 5.7L Vortec Engine for a 1999 GMC Yukon can be found in GMC forums online, or in an image search. They can also be found in the repair book found in auto shops.
The vortec has bigger pistons
Look at the intake manifold. A vortec engine has 8ea. All the others have 12ea.
The 2001 model of the Light-Duty Silverado 1500, had an option of four engine sizes; a 6.0L Vortec V8 engine, a 4.3L Vortec V6, a 4.8L Vortec V8 or a 5.3L Vortec V8. The Heavy-Duty 1500HD comes with three engine options, these are 6.0L Vortec V8, 8.1L Vortec V8 and a 6.6L Duramax V8
the answer is yes the block sizes and transmission but your going to have to make only two new holes for the transmission mount.
" vortec " is a title that GM uses on some of their engines
The 4.3 Vortec engine never had a carburetor.
A diagram of a 4.3 Vortec motor can be found in manuals, books, and online. There are several websites that show diagrams and books can be found in stores or local libraries.
A vortec 5.7 is a lt1 based engine.
will a 4.3l vortec starter fit a 305 vortec?
No it will not. The 96 vortec has a crankshaft sensor and alot of other sensors on the engine that is required so the transmission will work that will not interchange with the 92 engine. Even the fuel pump would have to be changed. You must put a VORTEC engine back in the 96 so everything will work correctly.
That would be the 4L60E transmission.
the simple answer is YES. though, a 94 would be either a t.b.i. system or early vortec. if it is a vortec, the swap shouldn't require a p.c.m. reflash- however if your 94 is a t.b.i. you will need to change the intake and fuel delivery systems to handle the 60 p.s.i. operating pressure for the vortec engine.
No it is not even close.
Yes as long they were mounted on the same side of the engine.
No because the ports on a tbi head are different than the ports on a vortec head, vortec heads need a vortec intake however you can switch a carburated engine to a tbi engine because the heads are the same
No it will not. The transmission in the 98 is a electronic controlled transmission and when you put the 94 engine in it all the electronic sensors will not even hook up to the 94 engine. There for you will have NOTHING BUT problems.
Most likely it has a 4L60E