Yes the block should work fine but make sure the water passages in the heads line up. That is as long as your camaro came with a v8 otherwise it will need a bit more.
302 small block Chevy
Yes. You could get them from the factory with them.
The fuel pump relay of a 1983 Chevy Camaro can be found inside the relay fuse block. It provides power to the fuel pump.
Sandwiched between the heads and the engine block.
Though I haven't done this myself, I think you'll need to change the frame mount. The Camaro was available with a big block so the mounts do exist. In particular the Camaro Yenko with the 427. install camaro frame mounts and it will work
LT 1.Rated at 275HP."Second generation" of the Chevy small block.
Yes you can. They sell kits to help you stuff a small block Chevy into your S10.
285, to 300, according to the factory.......
yes you can, you will just need the big block motor mounts to do it.
yes it can
below left side of I/P near fuse block
Not from the factory, but, someone could have put one in.
Inside the oil pan mounted to the engine block.
Even though GM still claims this is a "Small Block" the last of the real small blocks was built in the 2000's
change the motor mounts and get the computer and wiring harness out of the donor car that the small block came out of.
The MAF is located on the air intake manifold in between the block and the air filter (housing).
What fuse controls the brake lights on a 1998 Chevy Camaro? It should be labeled on the fuse block.
behind and above the fuse block to the left of the pedals
If you are asking if a small block chevy V8 flywheel (most common engine in a 1967 Camaro) will work on a Pontiac V8 (most common engine in a lemans), the answer is no.
sure you can, call summit racing as they make a special kit to mount a small block Chevy in the S-10.
I can't recall any Chevy using a 302. It was the classic Ford small block used in early Mustangs. Chevrolet did produce a small block 302 used exclusively in the 1967 - 1969 Camaro Z/28.
Oil Pan torque on the small block Chevy V8 is 12 lb/ft.
Right behind the fuse block under the drivers side of the dash. Or on the steering column under the dash.
Yes. I think that Hooker headers makes a kit with moun ts, headers, and frame reinforcements.