Any small block chevy(262 - 400 excluding 396) from 1955 to current will fit in your car. Depending on the year of the engine you could need more parts than others. So yes the 85 350 will fit. you may have to change the bell houseing on the tranny....well and of course the exhaust
Yeah it can fit, just make sure it's from an 85 and down 350 or 305.
yes it will fit.
Yes it will fit.
YES! You can put ANY small block Chevy into a Fiero. Visit here, http://www.v8archie.com/, there you can find the conversion kit (minus the engine) and answers to all of your questions.
This # 1400207 is not listed-- could be 14010207--1980-85--- 350 4 bolt main truck engine
YES, It will bolt right in, But it won't run. The 90 model 350 is a fuel injection computer controlled engine and the 85 is not. Now if you install a adjustable fuel pressure regulator and KNOW what you are doing, Then you CAN make the 85 carburetor 350 engine work. If your smart you would find a 1988 to 1995 TBI 350 and put it back in the 1990 year vehicle and be DONE with it.
Any smallblock Chevy engine will physically "fit" into a 85 Impala
Yes. It may be bigger but it will bolt on.
does it start without the choke? if it does you are probably flooding the engine with the choke readjust it
NO. Ford doesn't, but Chevy does.
what are the torque specks for 85 Chevy s10 with a 2.5 engine
Right about 245.
In a word, yes. It should bolt right up with no problems.
No not even close.
YES they are the same.
either a 305 or a 350
It is screewed into the drivers side head between the first 2 spark plugs up front.
Remove from engine and use an ohm meter on the ends
A direct bolt on, no.
The voltage regulator is integrated into the alternator.
Did you use the starter from the 85 model engine?? If you did then it is the wrong one for the early model engine, And you will need to get a starter for a 77 model engine, and it may still need to be shimed. And yes GM did make 2 different fly-wheels but that is not your problem.