If the cubic inch is the same the motors should swap out ok. You will have to change some parts but most Chevy motors will swap.
A 1500cc motor has 91.5 cubic inches.
1500 US gallons = 346,500 cubic inches.
The 1998 Chevy Express 1500 Van could have the 4.3, 5.0 or the 5.7 engine.
Volume = pi*12*1500 = 1500*pi = 4712.38898 or about 4712 cubic feet
The crankshaft sensor is located in the engine on a Chevy 1500 truck. This is under the hood.
It could be 1500 cubic inches. Unfortunately, though, the measurement units for the first two quantities are not given.
Where does the vacuum line lead to from the top of an 2002 Chevy express 1500 van with 5 liter engine
The EGR valve on a 1994 Chevy 1500 is located on the top of the engine. If the valve becomes stopped, the engine could idle rough or stall.
if it is a 5.0 its a 305 if 5.7 its a 350
on my 89 chevy 1500 roughly 50 inches
That requires an engine scanner.
The length of the 1991 Chevy 1500 transmission is 37 inches. The bell housing will account for approximately 5.5 inches.
You can put it in anything,If you know what you are doing.
That REQUIRES an ENGINE SCANNER to do that.
The 5.3 Liter (315 hp, 338 lb-ft) is a V8. It can also be called a 323 cubic inch engine.
6 feet, 7 inches.
Timing for 1990 1500 with 4.3
Its a 5.7L 350 engine
1500 sq ft * 4 inches = 1500/9 sq yards * 1/9 yards = 18.518518... cubic yards.
None. A square measure is an area. A cubic measure is a volume. The two do not and cannot equate.
YES, ALL engine have 1
They are 3 to 4 inches long with an electric wire in the end of them and they are screewed into the exhaust pipe / pipes. There is 4 of them on that engine and there will not be any after the muffler.