That looks really good and a clean install!
Agreed, all of those problems are really hard on the O2 sensors and usually "kills" them making the automatic tuning non-op.Have found if the engine is worn and burning oil, or the engine is passing anti-freeze, or has an exhaust leak, it will make the sniper issues much worse.
Thank you. I have the dust shield. I will get the smaller starter. I see it in the instructions now.Did you get a copy of the installation guide?
It provides starter numbers for the smaller GM starter.
The much larger starter you have will not fit unless you do a lot of grinding and enlarge the hole in the dust shield which is not shown in the picture in post 568.
Please search for Chevrolet service manual. The flywheel must be torqued correctly. |Actually everything must be torqued correctly.Sorry for the very basic, but ignorant question -- can someone tell me the order and how I put the labeled parts onto this 250" Engine I have on a stand?
I don't know what part A and part B are. I don't know the order in which they get attached to the engine. Does anyone have any advice? I'm not following the word document very well.
Also pictured is the little plastic piece and clutch slave @hanzo111 had suggested.
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Awesome advise Robert.The RHD setups are a little easier, especially if you have the factory mounts for the ancillaries like alternator, power steering, and AC compressor.
There was a member in the DC area that was selling his AC kit for a 200TDI who may have the compressor mount and extra pulleys.
All you would need is the custom lines made up for the under dash unit like I did with mine.
The rest will bolt in.
I have found that the Griffin radiator and matching electric fans fit perfectly as long as you make 4 mounting blocks out of aluminum and modify the upper radiator mounts to fit.
The Griffin radiator is 3 times thicker and has a much more efficient cooling capacity.