The flywheel- or in your case- it is really called a "flex plate" is bolted to the crankshaft, and it is what is used to bolt the torque converter to the engine. The starter's ring gear is also welded to the flex plate. If in the rare instance you do have a manual transmission, then the flywheel is used to transmit power from the engine through the clutch/input shaft of the transmission. In either case, it is located between the engine and the transmission.
does anyone know where the horn relay switch is on a 86 chevy S10?
GMC brand rims will fit a 86 Chevy c10.
yes it is
Haynes makes a 86-01 Suzuki/Tracker manual that is pretty good.
Chevy didn't offer a 350 in an 86 Camaro, but if they did, it would theoretically work in an 87 Caprice.
Yes it will,
Yes it will.
It's a Chevy caprice from around '86 usually rolling on dubs and tricked out
YES it did.
No , a 1986 Chevy Caprice is REAR wheel drive
Yes, with a small amount of bellhousing/flywheel/clutch adjustment.
yes the heads will bolt right on but if you are putting a 305 in there the flywheel is different in the sense that the 327 has a small hole where the flywheel meets the crank (you need the starter for the 305)
under the dash
You'd have fewer complications if you stick with 86 and older.
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