Will a steering column out of a 93 Chevy s10 fit into a 88 Chevy 2500 pickup?
Not without fabrication.
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You go through the dash, that's all I know. Pain in the neck. Good luck with that one. It is under the passenger side dash. You do have to take apart the dash though. The back of the glove box has to come out. It takes about two hours because some of the bolts are really hard to get at. You need a …long bendable extension or wobble with long extention. then climb under the hood and disconnect the hoses and hose retainer. You don't have to remove the whole dashboard. If you take out the glove compartment liner and the radio you can access all the housing screws around the heater core, with some gyrations. On mine I had to remove the front right wheel and fender liner to get at the heater-hose attachments, which are on the engine side of the firewall, under the air-conditioning housing, virtually inaccessible otherwise, and easily reached this way. Have fun with it!! (MORE)
Answer . The question you ask is too\ninvolved for a proper answer. \nYou may want to go to a car \nparts store, or book store, and\nget a repair manual for your car.\nThey cost about $16.00\nOr, go to a Public Library.\n.
Answer . \nif you are talking bout spark plugs, they are located in the side of the engine\njust follow the plug leads from distributer to the other end.
Get a Haynes repair manual for your 2000 Chevrolet S10. Covers most minor service questions like this. Any Autopart store. $17 or $20.
0 degrees with timing connector unplugged which can be located under the glove box taped to main harness or under hood at firewall behind plastic cover at passenger side . Assuming your question is 'how to adjust the timing'... . on most older cars with a distributor it the timing can be adjusted …by turning the distributor itself. Even just turning the distributor a little at a time with the engine idling you can get it good enough by ear. Then give it a test drive. It the car sounds fine but is sluggish accelerating advance the timing (by twisting distributor) in the direction that speed the idle. . hopefully that helps :) (MORE)
94 is the year most vehicles were in the change-over stage from the factory from r-12 to r134, look for a yellow tag/stick under the hood as to which is in your system.\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nIt came from the factory with R12 Freon installed. Unless it has been converted to R134, then it sti…ll has R12. Due to the extremely high cost of R12, I suggest you convert it over to R134a. (MORE)
Answer . The Top Radiator Hose, Is Connected To The Radiator Then To The Engine. The Thermostat Is Behine The Thermostat Housing. This Is The Part Where The Top Hose Is Clamped On. Should Be Held On The Engine By Two Bolts. Remove The Hose From Housing, Remove Housing.\nGet New Thermostat And Ga…sket & A Small amount Of Silicone Sealant. When You Remove The Thermostat Remember The Direction It Was So You Can Install The New One Correctly +++\nSpring Side Toward Engine. (MORE)
What are the steps in removing a 1968 Chevy pickup steering column and replacing with another original column?
You will need to remove the bolts connecting the column shaft to the power/ non power steering box (under the hood). Disconnect the wiring plug at the base of the column inside the cab. There should be a rubber boot or gasket in the firewall which the column goes through be careful not to damage it,… unless you well be replacing it. You should see a thin metal plate held up with 2 bolts which covers another rubber gasket just at the point where the column meets the dash bezel. The bolt heads are facing down towards the floor. Remove the bolts, remove the metal plate, the rubber gasket that the thin metal was covering can be slipped off the column once removed to use on the new column. Finally there will be a u shaped bracket holding the column to the brake and/or clutch mechanism Basically 6-8 inches from the point where the column meets the dash bezel, further down the column They are kinda hidden. So lay on you back with your head towards the firewall, with a light you'll see them. Hope I haven't missed anything good luck 1.5hr job if all goes well. (MORE)
Answer . Check bulbs. Depending on the year there were some problems with the fixtures themselves and have to be replaced
Answer . well ive got a 1994 create motor vortech 5.7 liter v8 in my 85
How do you tighten the tilt steering wheel bolt in the steering column on a 1989 Chevy silverado 2500?
Answer . This should be done by a professional unless you are very mechanically enclined and have some specialty tools. Everything from the pivot point up needs to be removed to access the 4 inverted torx drive bolts that have come loose.
Which engine is in it ? First disconnect battery remove torque converter cover if it is an auto trans remove starter bolts position so you can remove rest of wires stand starter vertical rotate and let it com out the bottom
On the passanger side of the vechicle, it's bolted to the block the nose of the started goes in the bell housong.
yes but the cpi injection in 1998 is way different than chevy's 1993 throttle body system so the whole computer system must be adapted or swapped and the heads are different so you cannot just swap the intakes.
Right side of the engine down very low... Folow the RED battery cable it will lead you right to it.
in a full-size YES! you will need new motor mounts, fan shrouds, possibly starter and flywheel, radiator, either conversion to carb or a motor from a similar year 1500 and the computer but the harness should be the same.
It is located behind the dash, inside the HVAC assembly. This is afairly complicated job, even more difficult if it has AC. I wouldrecommend a shop manual for that vehicle if you want to DIY.
1500 is a 1/2 ton. 2500 is a 3/4 ton. 3500 is a 1 ton
sticky valves. marvel mystery oil in the intake thru a vacuum line while engine is running. it will smoke out the exhaust for a minute and the neighbors will be mad but oh well
The payload for the 1985 Chevy S10 pickup is between 1000 and 1500pounds depending on the exact model. The S10 is the smallest of theChevrolet pickup series.
Oil sending unit is under intake manifold, just behind the oil filter on the passenger side (difficult to see-use flashlight). Best option to change : Get everything to do an oil change, removal of the filter makes easier access. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Where_is_the_oil_sending_unit_on…_2000_Chevy_S-10_2.2#ixzz1YW1xsgYQ . (MORE)
It comes in handy to know the weight of a vehicle. The 1979 2500Chevy pickup has a curb weight of 6,236 pounds.
The heater in the pickup isn't working. The switch didn't work and we found a replacement but now it seems the receptor or relay maybe clogged. We can't find the owner's manual to find it. HELP please
Yes, it should lock unless it has been damaged or certain parts left out. All Chevrolet pickups since 1973 have a locking steering column.
Hi,. Let's start by opening the tail-gate all the way down .. Then lift the tail -gate until the arms on the sides are half open .. Then lift up on the arm towards the top of the bed side until the opening in the arm where it attaches to the tail-gate allow's the arm to be removed .. Do the same… for the other side .Once both arms are taken off , slightly lift the tail-gate off the the truck by pulling up and to the right .... Hope this helps ... (MORE)
\n2.2 Liter 4 cylinder, 2.8 Liter V6, 4.3 Liter V6 are factory engines. You can even install a Chevy 350 V8 with the proper conversion kit.
You can fit a SBC in an S-10 you need a kit to do it though. http://www.s10v8.com/store/index.php/cPath/21?osCsid=11e71117ba764235a8676073622a721d
I have seen it done before, yes. Art Morrison, or Chris Alston, probably make a kit for it.
Yes, exact fit! Just change the ignition key cylinder to retain use of same keys.
There is 8 of them on the 350. There are 2 in the back of the engine. You will need to remove the engine are the transmission to get to them. There are 2 on each side of the engine, 1 on each side is hidden behind the motor mounts and 1 is behind the starter and the other 1 on the driver's side …you can see. There are 2 on the front of the engine just below the front of the heads. You will have to remove everything on the front of the engine to get to them. It is a big job to replace the freeze out plugs. (MORE)
Unplug the wiring harness from the steering column. Remove thecover plate under the column. Remove shift linkage. Remove twobolts under the dash that hold the column up. Remove the two nutsthat connect the column to the steering knuckle. Slide it out.
It is inside of the fuel tank. You will have to remove the tank are raise the bed up to get it out of the top of the tank.
Will a steering column from an automatic transmission 1979 Chevy pickup without tilt wheel fit in an automatic transmission 1983 Chevy pickup with tilt wheel?
yes 1973 to 1983 will work because this is before 1984 when wipers moved to the column in the full size trucks.. it will bolt right in directly.. good luck
You switch the carborator with the ac and then rewire the inside to the dashboard
If they are the same size it would seem that they would fit. But do you really want to put a car tire on a truck? Truck tires have different weight carry values than car tires. Therefore putting a car tire on a truck might alter its weight hauling capacity.
YES! I got a buddy that built one of those. What a toy that was. I think Hooker, or maybe Art Morrison, in Waghington, make a kit. Mounts, supports, and headers.
Should be 11. 1 on each ball joint (4), 1 on each outer tie rod end (2), 1 on each inner tie rod end (2), 2 on the idler arm and 1 on the pitman arm.
You didn't mention what year or engine but, if it is a 4.3L and it has a crank sensor, it would be located behind the passenger side of the lower pulley ( harmonic balancer) . If it is the 2.2L engine the crankshaft sensor would be found on the lower side of the block on the passenger side, probably… best to access from under the vehicle. (MORE)
It depends on what year and engine you have but, if you follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you right to the starter.
Yes it can. You will need an 8 bolt intake instead of stock 12 bolt intake. The other option involves swapping the computer and wiring harness.
Take the inside of the glove box out and look down and to the right and you will see it.
Depending on the offset of your wheel, 90% of the time they will fit with no rubbing with the wheel at full lock, or other adverse effects.
Follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you right to the starter.
Yes, exact fit! Just change the ignition key cylinder to retain use of same keys
You can ONLY use a 1996 model transmission on a 1996 model. The 1/2 tons have the 4L60E trans and the 3/4 tons used the 4L80E in them.
Yes. Very easily. They are built on the same body, but the blazer is the suv and the s10 is the truck.
The 4l60E came factory in all chevy 1/2 ton trucks from 1993 to 1999 and later. The 4L80E transmissions was factory in all 3/4 tons.
Is the steering column of an 87 Chevy Beretta automatic v4 interchangeable with an 88 Chevy Beretta manual v6 the part I really need is the dorman 83209 steering column lock actuator?
Yes! Nearly all chevy parts are interchangeable. And even pontiac parts with the same motor are interchangeable. But yes. The steering column is interchangeable
One can find a Chevy S-10 pickup by going to the official Chevy website and using the dealer locator to find a nearby dealer. Then, one can contact the dealer by phone and find out if they have any Chevy S-10s on the lot. One may also find Chevy S-10s online at Amazon, eBay, and Craigslist.
You'd need to check the VIN of your 93 S10 against manufacturerrecords... 93 was the first model year that the 4L60E was put intouse, but some of the earlier 93 models still used the 700R4. If itcame with a 4L60E, the 99 4L60E should work.. if it came with a700R4, making the swap to a 4L60E will be …a bit more complicated. (MORE)