Depends.if the bell ( where it covers the flywheel behind the motor) is a bog block.or small block bell housing. Like a small bell housing will bolt to a 302 and big bell.housing will bolt to.a 460
I can't find a reference for the 902. The 904 will bolt up only if it has the correct bell housing on it
no, motor mounts are different as well as the transmission bell housing
No, different bell housing bolt pattern.
Yes, it has the same bell housing bolt pattern.
It is on the right front of the transmission bell housing about 3 o'clock. If you are looking at the engine it will be on the left. There is 1 10mm bolt holding it downIt is on the right front of the transmission bell housing about 3 o'clock. If you are looking at the engine it will be on the left. There is 1 10mm bolt holding it down
No it won't the 360 has an almost perfectly round bell housing ..and the 300 6 is the small block bell housing which has the top two bolt holes higher so it will not line up
The bell housing has to be replaced to bolt up to a 351 cleveland
15mm and 13mm for starter bolts
no different bell housing
Nope, the 94 would be a half circle bell housing and the 97 would be a full circle bolt on bell housing.
Some 2004Rs are dual bolt pattern having 12 holes so they bolt to all GM divisions.
the transmission dipstick tube is bolted (1bolt) to the left rear of the transmission bell housing. Remove bolt and pull up on the dipstick housing to remove it from the transmission fluid pan.
it is the part of the transmission that bolt to the engine and houses the torque converter / clutch
Bell housing bolts and the torque converter bolts.
The Ford 302 engine will not bolt to the 300 six-cylinder bell housing. A new bell housing or a Bell housing modification kit will need to be used.
yes it will they have the same bell housing bolt up
Yes. They share the same bolt pattern at the bell housing to the block.
No. Bell housing patterns are different.
No, bell housing bolt patterns are different.
drivers side of engine underneath in the center of transmission bell housing 10 mm bolt
if you can find a bell housing that will bolt up to the engine you will be in business.
No such engine as a Pontiac 400 Big Block. The back of the Pontiac engine block has a different bell-housing bolt pattern than the Chevrolet. Pontiac and Olds bell-housing bolt pattern match. Chevrolet and Buick match. Unless you have a dual bolt pattern transmission (GM did make them) the Pontiac engine won't bolt up to the the Chevrolet transmission.
No it is not. The diesel bell housing is much larger.