depends on which way your distributor cap is pointed. best thing to do if all spark plug wires are off is to get number 1 cylinder to top dead center. put number 1 spark plug wire on any spot on distributer cap and turn distributer until the post where you stuck number 1 spark plug wire on is as close to number 1 cylinder as possible or some would say pointed straight at it. thenstarting in a clockwise motion put plug wires on infiring order which should be cast into your intake manifold i think to the passenger side of carberator. this should get the timing close enough for the engine to start. then you should be able to start it and set the timing whick should be printed on a sticker on the frame that runs across the front of the engine compartment to the left of the hood latch i believe. make sure to set timing before running the engine very long you could damage it. this is just if all plug wires were off and you have no other way to know where they go
it does not have a distributor , it has coil packs
No it will not.
Behind and to the right of the distributor.
Yep... It should have one.
Distributor rotates clockwise.
It depends on the height of the curb.
On the fuel line.
the gross vehicle weight rating of a 1989 Chevrolet 2500 pickup is 8,600 lbs.
Behind the glove box
YES it will bolt right on.
abought 225 hp drive safe
There is a spring in the thermostat, And the spring goes down into the intake.
Yes it is the same fender.
That is the knock sensor
84 has a vacuum advance 89 has an electronic advance Thats the only diff.
easy, take out the old engine, and put in the 350. it really is that simple.
It could be either your magnetic pickup in your distributor ( which is like a crank sensor on cars without a distributor) or your engine control module. I would try the pickup first.
It is right behind the distributor and screewed into the top of the engine block.
The rotor only fits one way on to the distributor shaft.