Most GM PCV valves connect to the rocker valve cover through a rubber seal. Under hood, center, upper engine area, mounted in rear of intake manifold
No. The 6.2 diesel used by GM, by the way, was made not by GM, but by Detroit Diesel.
350 Actually if you take the bore & stoke of the 350 Chevy you actually get 349.57 Cubic Inches or 5.73 Liters. It is rounded up to 350 by GM.
Chevy did not make the Wrangler, Jeep (Chrysler) did, and they did not come with a 350 - that's a GM engine.
A Chevy 350 will fit any GM vehicle that has a small block V-8.
firing order 82 GM blazer
Chevy 350 is just what we call that motor because Chevy is the most popular of the gm lines, but really its a GM 350. Having said that, a Buick, Pontiac, Chevy, or Oldsmobile motor are the same motor for the most part. There are som exceptions with the Cadillac motors but that's an other story. should be smoothe sailing for you.
A Gm 700R
The 350 is the small block, and in 1986 it would be GM corporate blue.
Yes, I have one. All GM parts.
The crank for a 350 Chevy turns clockwise or to your right if standing in front of the motor .
A 350 is a small block, Not a big block. And you can buy that engine new from GM. for about $2000.00
It should but definitely check with a GM dealer's service center.
Any GM dealer, any GM warehousing distributor, almost any auto parts store, most catalog outlets.
believe it or not just because there both GM 350s. it doesnt mean anything. They are completely diffrent motors.. there is a Chevy/GMC 350,a Buick 350, Pontiac 350, an they are all very diffrent motors. there block an cranks are diffrent. there a whole diffrent design. there parts will not fit other 350s.
Yes, There the same.
Gm fluid are something that's equivalent
Chevy-GM 5.0 liter is 305 CID.
1984 350 wireing diagram Not sure what you're after, but a factory service manual would be your best bet.
GM replacement engines are very similar to the engines used in those trucks, but not exactly the same.
Yes, they are very different.
i have a gm goodwrench 350 with a summit hei distributor in my 58 Chevy truckits about 1/2 inch from my firewallso... little room to spare but yes it worked
Yes it will. GM. put alot of V8 engines in that year camaro.
It could be a bad PCV valve. The PCV valve sits in the top of the valve cover and opens and closed to allow the engine to ventilate properly. If it is stuck closed the engine will not vent properly.