Where is the starter on a 1993 Blazer 350 engine?
It is underneath the vehicle usually on the passenger side and will be bolted to the block near the bell housing. The front of the starter will actually be in the bell housing.
After changing a 350 engine to a 305 will i have to change the flywheel or the starter because the 350 flywheel is bigger then the 305's?
If your talking about the Chevrolet K5 Blazer made from 1969-1994, the most powerful engine was the 350 ci Small-Block V8 engine that puts out 255 hp and was available from 1969-1970. If your talking about the Chevrolet S-10 Blazer and the Chevrolet Blazer made from 1983-2005, the most powerful engine is the 4.3L Vortec 4300 L35 CPFI V6 engine that puts out 200 hp and was available from 1992-1994.
Im not too shure if they made an ss 350 but I remember they had a high performance SUV that was called the "Typhoon". It was a limited production vehicle that had a 262 or 350 twin turbo engine, very fast as far as SUV/trucks go. Google it or check out youtube and enter Typhoon, maybe that's what you're talking about. Hope this helps a bit.
If I replaced the starter and battery and battery cables on my 350 and the starter barely turns the engine What now?
You have put a 350 high performance engine in a 1981 el camino and it originally had a v6 in it with 2 wires going to the starter the 350 engine starter has 3 wires how can you make this work?
You should only need to wires to starter. The big wire from your positive battery post goes on the big stud on the starter, you may also have some wires with that same size hole that go there too. You should then only need to put the purple wire on the post that's closest to the engine. Hope the info helps.
What is the best way to unbolt the engine from the transmission from a 350 k5 Blazer to remove or should you take the transmition out with the engine which is the best way?
A seized engine is usually very obvious. The starter cannot turn the engine at all. Of course, you do need to first eliminate the possibility that the starter motor has failed and the engine is undamaged. The main resistance to the starter motor is compression, so you should remove all spark plugs, so there can be no compression, and the engine will normally then turn over very easily. If it still does not turn over…