lets assume that this is a factory setup and no modifications have been made follow the fuel lines from the tank to eliminate these mods. look for steel lines running along the frame from the tank. look for line installed mods such as electric pumps and or filters. there were none of these from the factory however these need to be eliminated. the factory installed filter is at the carburator. where the steel line attaches to the carb un-screw the line there is a larger cannister on the rodchester carb here that also unscrews do this with a cold engine to avoid a fire. the spring loaded filter is directional and needs to be installed in the same direction
No. It's the same as 1979 Chevy Malibu.
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It is inside the distributor.
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The same difference between the GMC Sprint and the older el caminos, the badging.
How to change ignition switch in a 1979 el camino.
Either a 200 or 231 cid V6, or a 267 or 305 V8
Any hood from a 1978-83 Chevy Malibu or 1978-87 El Camino or GMC Caballero would work.
Yes, all models and years of the Chevy Malibu and El Camino had AC as an option.
It's at the carburetor.
In the carburetor.
where it located the fill fiter on 1979 rx7cougar
On my 79 Fuel Injected Beetle the oil filter is a screen located underneath the engine.
Any 1978-87 El Camino or GMC Caballero
no because it poops butterflys and rainbows !:D
Those are usually in the carb. You would need to disconnect the fuel line and remove the threaded fitting. Pay particular attention to the orientation of the filter and the spring to install the new one in exactly the same way.
There is not any speed sensors on the 1979 cars.
No, they're 2 totally different bodystyles
the 5th character in your VIN is the key to your answer. "M" = 200ci-V6 chevy, "A" = 231ci V6 Buick, "J" = 267ci V8 Chevy, "G" = 305ci Chevy with 2 bbl carb, "H" = 305ci Chevy with 4 bbl Carb, "L" = 350ci Chevy with 4 bbl carb
Yes, they used a carb.