Will a engine from a 1990 olds 98 regency work in a 1992 olds 88 both 3.8 engines and auto trans?
they both have to be front or rear wheel drive, you cant do it if one is front, and the other is rear
That depends on the engine and year. On pre-2003 Honda Accords all engines used a cam belt. On 2003-up the 4 cylinder engines use a cam chain, no maintenance required. On 2003-up V6 it uses a cam belt that must be replaced at 105,000 miles. All engines with a cam belt are interference engines and if the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. On pre-1990 engines replace the belt at 60,000 miles. On 1990-96…
Can you put a tranny from a 1990 silverado with a 350 in a 2000 K2500 with a 350 engine both are 4X4's?
Do you have to pull the trans with the motor or can you pull it by by disconnecting from tranny on a 1990 Geo Prizm with a 16 L engine?
Most automotive technicians find it easier to pull traverse mounted engines (most front wheel drive cars) and transmissions together. It takes just a little bit longer, but it pays off when you can pull the engine apart from the transmission in the clear. It also makes mating the engine and transmission easier and less prone to binding or accidently pinching a wire or vacuum hose between the transaxle and the engine.
Is the 1990 car a V6 or 4cyl? The 1988 is either a 2.2L or 2.5L four cylinder "tall deck" engine. Is the '88 engine turbo charged? Many issues involved. If the 1990 engine is a four cylinder then it is a "common block" unit. 1988 and earlier 4cyl's use a different ECU than the 1989+ common block engines. Electrical harness is different if the 1990 engine is a V6 or a turbo 4cyl. More…
You have a 1990 ford ranger xlt 2.9 engine automatic trans 4X4 you can change the gears manually but it wants to hang up in 2nd gear until you rev the engine What could the problem be GOD bless?
The consumption of lubricating oil for a diesel engine depends on the operating conditions and the design of the engine. There are some averages depending on the year of the engine. Pre 1980's engine are around 25% of fuel consumption. Pre 1990 engines are around 20% of fuel consumption and more recently built diesel engines are around 1% of fuel consumption.
It's hard to say without the year, model and engine size. From 1990 on, Cherokees, Comanches and Wagoneers took 4,5,or 6 quarts depending on which engine. the 2.5L engines take 4 quarts, the 5.2L engines take 5 quarts and the 4.0L engines take 6 quarts. I suspect but don't know for sure that the same engines would be in the Wranglers.
If the Oldsmobile is a 98 Regency, check the vacuum lines on the engine. When you open the hood, look to the lower right section of the engine. You will see thin black tubes (hoses) in this area. Make sure that they have not become disconnected. This applied to a 1990 Olds that I had trouble with. a bit.
Is a 1994 Toyota Corolla automatic transmission the same as the 1990 Geo Prizm automatic transmission?
The transmission will be the same because from 1982-1990 GM used the same transmission in the S10 Blazer and S10 Pickups from what i have been told is even though the engines are the same size the trans might not be interchangable with your 83 model. because im going through the same problem my 85 s10 needs a 700r4 ,but it want interchange with every model of 2.8 engines,so if you know the answer to…