no the 98 is different
Yes, same part # for 98 and 95.
no the mounts on the core support are differant
Will a Chevy blazer engine fit in a Chevy s10 pickup
if it's out of a 95 blazer it will work
if it has the same motor it will but not sure if it will from 4 banger to v6 or a v6 4300
Go to any online auto parts store such as Advance. Look up the fuel pump for the 95 and the 93 and see if the part numbers are the same or not.
will a 95 s10 ext cab and up work
Never seen one with a supercharger, but doubtful. I just discovered the hard way that the head and block castings are totally different on a 2000 and a 95 engine. Nothing will bolt across between them.
The 95 pump won't pump enough pressure to run the 97 engine. 2 different pumps. MUST use a 97 pump.
no they will not the bellhousing on the trannys are different
No. The 95 4.3 is TBI. The 97 is CFI.
Any LS head should fit (b18b) as long as its not a GSR head you shouldn't have any problems
95% of 22 = 95% * 22 = 0.95 * 22 = 20.9
no it wont but a 2wd Chevy silverado 700r trany will. besides that a 2.2 you will have to replace the clutch alot
Any 4L60E transmission, 1993 and up. The mechanical 4L60 and 700R4 from 1992 and earlier will not work.
95 s10 blazer doesn't have struts
No it will not work. All the wiring connectors and the computer is different in the 95 not just that but the transmission is designed different.
no s10's are 5x4.75 and silverados are 5x5
NO. They are not even close. Will not interchange.
maybe a vacuum test but, definatly a compression test one of the most crucial tests.
The torque specs for a 1995 s-10 rocker arm nut is 22 ft lbs.
It most definitely does not. The 97 is 180 degrees inverted from the 95. Completely different.
The 95 S10 4.3L still uses the distributor.
I have 4.3L v6 in my 95 S10, it holds 20 gals.
im running 8 lbs boost on 95 2.2w 2000 cavalier head. 10 psi cracked stock head. no ecm program either. runs strong