1989 chevy 5.7
No it will not.
Check to see if it is getting power - if so replace motor - if not check fuse, relays and switch
Yep... It should have one.
It depends on the height of the curb.
On the fuel line.
the gross vehicle weight rating of a 1989 Chevrolet 2500 pickup is 8,600 lbs.
Behind the glove box
YES it will bolt right on.
Its a 5.7L 350 engine
No. The body style changed in 1988.
The 1989 Toyota pickup had a curb weight that ranged from 2,565 pounds to 3,765 pounds. The '89 Toyota pickup was selected as Motor Trend's 'Truck of the Year.'
abought 225 hp drive safe
There is a spring in the thermostat, And the spring goes down into the intake.
Yes it is the same fender.
That is the knock sensor
yes as long as they are both v6s or v8s
easy, take out the old engine, and put in the 350. it really is that simple.