No. blocks are not the same.
350 turbo automatic
either a 285 or a 350... the odds are that its not a turbo 400
Probably a turbo 350.
Dexron II or any other transmission fluid for GM vehicles.
There were several different versions of the 1978 Chevy Caprice. However, the standard transmission for all Caprices of that year was the three-speed Turbo Hydramatic.
At the rear of the motor, on the passenger side.
NO. You will have to remove all the transmission bolts and slide the transmission back enough to get a wrench and your hand between the engine and transmission to remove the fly-wheel bolts.
Chevy didn't make a S-10 in 1978.
It should, but all you'll do is wreck that transmission.... the TH350 isn't rated to handle that kind of torque. You'd need a TH450.
mine had a 350 turbo- hydromatic
They usually have a TH350 or 400 Transmission Very common to come by
you need V8 motor mounts, bigger radiator, a turbo 350 or turbo 400 automatic tranny, a new driveshaft, the computer and wiring from the 350 fuel injected engines donor car and you should get a beefier rearend.
Dextron II fluid.
As long as The Engine is The same that the trasmission was on before then yes it will work.
Passenger side, front, lower on the motor.
The Turbo-Hydramatic 350 (TH350) was standard and I think the only one available. 3 Speed automatic.
only a Buick, olds or Pontiac engine will bolt to a Pontiac tranny as Chevy blocks have a different bolt pattern.
the standard motor that it came with off the assembly line was a classic 350. but if its a used truck it could have been bored futher.
They made a few versions of it. I would have to know which motor you have.
Basicly any General Motors transmission except Chevy will interchange. May need to change drive shaft for length and diameter of the yoke that goes in the transmission, but as far as bolting to the motor and the cross member, it's anything goes.
MANUAL 80 90W AUTO DEXTRON 111
12 ton blazer? Wow. I think you meant 1/2 ton, at least that's what mine is.
You have to remove the transmission or remove the engine, one or the other has to come out, which ever is easier, it depends on the the vehicle.