the temp sensor is on the driver side of the engine block next to the exhaust manifold.
Could be the temp sensor..there could also be an oil pressure sensor at the top, back,or the block.
Most of them are as simple and unbolting the old one and bolting in the new one.
There is usually at least one or two pipe plugs in the intake manifold that can be removed.
how to install the oil pressure gauge on a Chevy 350 small block
Yes their the same block....
It is in front of the starter on my van.1990 350
next to the thermostat housing.
the temp of the intake manifold is controlled by the temp of the water in the block.
195 to 210 degrees is NORMAL operating temperature.
The temp sensor is to the right of the distributor cap in the top of the manifold about 6 inches away screws into the manifold. I just replaced mine and the temp gauge now is back working
It is the knock sensor. It retards the timing if the engine pings or rattels.
There is no such thing as a big block 350.
there is no such thing as a big block 350
It's usually one of the wires in the MAF
no. a 350 block is a 5.7L
get a chiltonrepair book for your car it should tell you
No such thing as a 350 big block.
The 350 short block has less power than a 350 long block.
Yes, It will work with no problems.
tom bracker is tommys dad
Most intake manifolds have 1 or 2 places to put a sensor, and you can also take a plug out of one of the heads if it's convenient.
The 350 engine is a small block, not a big block.