From the 1985-1990 model year the 2.5 liter Iron Duke 4 Cylinder was used in the Astro as the base model. These were the same engines used from 1985-1993 in the Chevy S10.
set er on and find out lol
The cylinder heads are diffrent. Intake from 1998 truck will not bolt up to 1990 heads.
NO, Not even close.
1985 to 1990 LN8, 92 HP. 1990 to 1993 L38, 105 HP.
It is speed governed thru the computer to 112MPH.
The firing order for a 1990 Chevy Cavalier 2.2 is 1-3-4-2. The number one cylinder is closest to the front of the engine.
I have a Chevy 350 from a 1985 blazer in my 1990 wrangler. So yes it is. I also have the transmission and transfer case from it in my jeep to.
It is in the fule tank. you have to drop the gas tank to get to it.
If the engine is either a 2.5L 4 cylinder engine or a 2.8L 3.1L V6 it should go in.
It is beside your cylinder. if you take your cylinder heads off you'll see a spring and the cam chain looped around it
Located between the heads and the engine block.
If you are replacing make sure that you bench bleed prior to installation
It is made on to the clutch slave cylinder that mounts on the side of the transmission.
Chevy in 1977 changed the rear main oil seal to a one piece seal. the older crankshaft wont work.
Under the hood, on the firewall, drivers side, close to master cylinder.
For a 1990 Chevy S10 2.5L engine the firing order is: 1-3-4-2 . The distributor rotates clockwise.
The shortblocks are pretty much the same, other than switching the dipstick over to the opposite side, around 87. The same year, they redesigned the cylinder heads. Changed their angle, and configuration. That was the first generation vortec. A different intake manifold is required, along with self aligning rocker arms.
how to replace a 1990 Chevy Beretta battery
try back of the haynes manual
On the 2.5L 4 cylinder, it is located right on top of the valve cover towards the front (left) of the motor.