Answer If you have removed the distributor you need to place number one piston on it's compression stroke and then drop the distributor on number spot on the distributor. Remove all bolts you can see on the ducting and get those things outta there. The 85 S-10 is a 2. If it does not drop in where it was pointing when it was removed, lift it up an turn one tooth counter clockwise one tooth at a time to get to the proper point. Now if the distributor was removed and the engine was turned over then you will have to find 1 on the compression stroke. If you are not already Over drive don't worry about it.
I had to pull the whole regulator out of door. Never done this on a Chevy before Oh fun! But you must have at least a 4. It is also easier to pull out the entire regulator with the assembly, then remove the motor from it. It should be a light brown and black wire that can … be found on the firewall or behind glove box close to the computer. A more potent variant of the 7. Most half-tons nowadays rank in the 1500-2000lbs range. Reman clutches are less expensive but tend to have more problems, I always go with new.
The 85 4X4 S-10 Blazer did not have the 4. Additionally, both transmissions have a rather long throw. Now I can see the fuel filter and replace it readily. They are what is known as a 60 degree block and the 350 is a 90 degree block. Lift up on the front part of the dash the part that is closest to the inside of the cab and wiggle the dash out at an angle.
If the S10 transmission was of the 2 wheel drive type you could swap them. Did I do the right thing? In 1985 the Chevy pickups had six engine power plants to choose from. That will make it easier to get the initial timing. In this year Chevy offered 6- and 8-foot beds. The 700r4 didn't exist until 1982. Place a trans jack under the trans.
There's a large bolt in the lower right position of the front of the carburetor a little bit above the carburetor plate. Neither will fit the rear of a 350 V-8. Chevy had one other six-cylinder available, the 292 ci inline six with 120 hp and 215 foot-pounds of torque. This is the point I got to today and stopped because it's so darn cold out right now in Western Washington Tommorow I will tackle that tricky bolt. You should make a injector cleaning Get a Chilton's Manual. I have never replaced a clutch before. Lift up on the front part of the dash the part… They are not related.
Then pull the plastic cover and anything else that is in the way. Unplug all the wiring from the transmission. My clutch is going out and I need the parts replaced. Pull the horn cover by removing the screws on the back of the steering wheel. I will keep posted on the progress I make with this. The 1985 body styling had a boxy look with roomy, spacious cabs. I am wondering what the usual cost is for service on my Manual Trans.
Unhook the hose from the slave cylinder. You should make a injector cleaning Get a Chilton's Manual. The only way you could use it is to use the 85 engine with it and I have doughts you would want either of thos … e dogs in your Silverado. After it is set tighten down the distributor hold down bolt. There are retaining clips that slide into grooves at the front of the dash by the winshield that need to clear in order to get the dash off.
You will also have to remove the air duct the connects to the vent on the passenger side. As far as the clutch itself, it will depend on what you decide to use. You have to unscrew this bolt to get out the fuel filter. Now remove the bolts from the pressure plate and it will fall out with the clutch disc. Install the new disc and pressure plate. In 1985 the Chevy Truck had not significantly changed since 1973. If you dont have a vise drill a hole in the arm with the teeth in it so you can bolt it to the X frame,so the tension dont get released.
It shoul … d be the quick connector type. A 4L60E will work if you know to wire it or know someone who can. But keep in mind you must remove window first,then put regulator in a vise,so the spring tension wont be released. After the pressure plate is tightened down, put everything back in reverse order. Both setups used hydraulic slave cylinders, so you can adapt the 90's clutch slave cylinder setup to work off the 80's clutch master cylinder.
The body styling ran from 1973 to 1987 and was the second longest unchanged styling second only to Dodge, which did not change the style of the Dodge from 1969 to 1991. After the screws have been pulled, the tumbler mechanism should come right out. All you need to do is: remove the fuel lines on the fuel pump, remove the two bolts holding the pump in, than the fuel pump will just fall out. Get rid of them and buy new ones if you can with new hose clamps. It has 2 wiring plugs extending out the back side. The fuel filter is in the carburetor. You then need to find to advance wire for the distributor and disconnect it.