Check/replace the spark plugs and wires. If you're not going to replace the plugs make sure the gap is correct (should be either .040 or .060) and make sure the plugs are clean of oil or gas. If it still backfires after you replace the plugs/wires check the distributor and the timing.
yes, HEI distributor
yes it will
8 deg. BTDC
what are the timing marks on a chev 305 motor for the year 1995.
The Oldsmobile block is a different Bell housing pattern than the Chev But Most 305 were the Chev engine regardless what GM product they popped up in
Rochester 2-jet (2gc)
a 305 Chevy makes about 160 horsepower, though if its set up right it can make up to 350 without major modification
blown Head gasket/warped heads/cracked block
turn the last two numbers in 305 around and you have the answer
looking down from (ONTOP) of the engine they are behind the water pump
Your Ford Explorer could be backfiring because of bad gas. You may want to have it looked at by a local professional.
Out of time or spark plug wires installed incorrectly. The distributor may be worn out.
A major vaccum leak.
Despite being nearly the same size, they are 2 very different engines
Backfiring is a sign of improper ignition timing.
Would likely be caused by a lack of fuel, lack of air, or lack of spark.
If it is a federal vehicle you can't adjust it.has IDLE control valve.that sucks,huh.
If you will look stright down behind the water pump, you will see the timing tab.
Neither. It is 265 cubic in. A 305 is considered a 5.0L and a 350 is considered a 5.7L. still a v8 tho smallest one chev makes There were two engines that year. A 262.4 cubic inch V8 and the 350 V8. No 289 or 305.
A 2-plane manifold such as the Edelbrock Performer or similar would be a good choice.
"Backfiring" is the present participle of the verb "backfire", to fail in a manner to bring about further misfortune.