On the back of the trans. There should be a vacuum line running to it.
Normally on the upper passenger side of the transmission. Find the vacuum hose coming from the engine to the transmission and you will find the valve.
Usually mounted to the side of the transmission
Hard to do , didn't Corsicas only start in 88??
Sometimes you have to cut the dash hole bigger. I suggest you take it to aomeone willing to tackle it.
Transmission fluid doesn't have a cap. It's added with a small funnel to the dipstick tube.
This is commonly a problem with the transmission filter or fluid. Replace the transmission fluid or have your transmission filter taken in for maintenance.
The cable that runs from the throttle body to the transmission is the detent cable. The other cable is the speedometer cable.
NO, The 1996 must have the 96 model 4L60E PUT BACK IN IT.
Yes those 2 years are the same. Direct bolt in.
I have a 88 corsica with a 90 cavalier engine in it.
The 1984 700R4 will interchange with a 1988 700R4. The lock-up harness would have to be modified, changed or have a hydraulic lock-up kit installed. An easy fix would be to put the harness and swithes from the 1988 transmission into the 1984 transmission. The 1984 transmission is a weaker design but a working transmission will get you going.
700r4 82-87, 4L60 88-92
The engine or transmission has to come out, one or the other, which ever is easier.
There is no transmission fluid cap as such. The dipstick is the closest thing there is to a cap. If you need to add fluid simply pour the correct fluid down the dipstick tube.
yes but you would have to replace drive shafts. The 4x4 shaft is shorter due to the transfer case.
It will fit but it will not work. The 94 transmission is computer controlled and the 88 truck does not have the right computer or transmission wiring harness in it.
open hood right side, find air intake into engine look straight down, here is transmission move towards coolant/radiator fan gray or gold cylinder in side of trans near electrical connector
From 88 to 99 will interchange.
Yes it will fit. But here's your problem. The 94 transmission is a electronic controlled and the 88 truck doe's not have the wiring harness are computer system to operate the 94 transmission. Now I'm sure that someone out there sells an after market computer system that you can buy and install on that 88 truck to make the 94 transmission work. MONEY MONEY MONEY. I would put a 700R4 in it.
First of all, your smog laws, if any, would not allow this. If you have none, then yes, it will bolt right in. But, I would not do it, because, the 88 has about 100 less hp. NEW ANSWER: Yes that engine will bolt right in. But the problem is that it will never run. You would have to get a 88 computer / ENGINE CONTROL MODULE and the wireing harness for the 88 engine,computer,transmission and fuel pump. You would also have to change the transmission because the 88 computer will not shift the 97 4L60E transmission. You will also have to change the FUEL PUMP. The 88 requires 9 to 13 LBS of fuel pressure and the 97 Must have 60 to 66 LBS to run the 97 vortec engine. This means you will have to spend alot of MONEY to make the 88 engine run. Your best bet would be to put a VORTEC ENGINE BACK IN IT and be done with it.
Yes, but the transmission will not bolt up. You would have to use a B-O-P transmission(Buick-Olds-Pontiac). a 200R4 tranny instead of the Chevy 700R4, unless you use an adapter.
The clutch pedal is the one left of the brake pedal. The clutch disk the pedal affects is inside the transmission bell housing where the engine block bolts to the transmission. Unless you have an automatic, then your car has no clutch.
in the driver seat of the car.
do you have link and program a 88 cilverado ecm when replacing
did you look inside the centre console? i drive an '88 and it wasn't until about a month after i got it that i found the trunk release button while i was trying to fish out some change from the very bottom of the storage bin.