any 225 sl6 from 1960-87 will fit car or truck as will intake .I have one no cracks call me 250-751-1652
If that truck is fuel injected, yes.
find out what is causing it to come on (by going to a shop) and correcting it.
The oxygen sensor on the 1987 Dodge D150 1/2-ton pickup with 2-wheel drive and a 3.7 liter 1Bl 6-cylinder engine is mounted in the exhaust manifold, next to the transmission bell housing. Check under the hood in the rear engine area on the driver's side.
coil wireing order on 87 d21 z24 motor truck
No, that's the engine name and it's displacement (LA 318 V8). An '87 dodge ram with a 318 V8 has 140hp.
Engine has a knock sensor and detonation sensor. Higher octane fuel causes changes the flash point, meaning that the fuel is burning at a different temperature.
you will have to replace.
That 87 truck already has a carburetor on it.
87 octane is sufficient.
the ignition timing does not get replaced on 87 dodge.
87 octane gasoline.
No, they are totally different.
its usually on the transmission but im not entirely sure which sensor it is
87 to 89 octane or regular is what dodge recommends
Sounds like your oxygen sensor is bad
Back side of the engine.
The 1983-87 models did