I wasnt aware Chevy used a 400cc engine
There should be a tach output connection on the side of the box somewhere, you just plug your tach pickup into that. If it doesn't work you'll need a MSD tach adapter. I'm unsure of the part numbers but there are 2 different ones, it depends on what you used to wire in your ignition. If you used the white wire there is one and if you used a magnetic pickup ( green and violet wires ) there is another one....MSD-8920. I have a sunpro tach and I had to go out and buy an adapter to make it work...for about 50 bucks.
Bill's Chevy is the place to buy and used chevrolet pickup. There are loads to choose from. Love chevy they are tough and affordable. give it your best shot.
The truck according to the book is a 1953 Chevy. The truck used in the movie was a 1963 Chevy. A 1953 Chevy pickup. Answer is from http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/twilight_cullencars.html
.019 with new points, 017 with used points.
The 1987 Isuzu Pickup 1.9L was originally equipped with a 2 barrel Hitachi DCH340 series carburetor.
The first Silverado Chevy was released in 1998 and it was a light pickup truck model named GMT800 Silverado. Prior to this, the term "Silverado" was used by General Motors to refer to the trim for the Chevrolet C/K pickup trucks.
1/2 tons have the 4L60E in them. 3/4 tons used the 4L80E trans.
3/8 inch Allen wrench.
Camshaft sensors were not used on any of the Chevy Celebrity 2.5L, 2.8L or 3.1L engines
1/2 tons used the 4L60E 3/4 tons used the 4L80E
The 1/2 tons used the 4L60E in them. The 3/4 tons used the 4L80E in them.
I don't know exactly, but any 90 weight should do the trick
That kind of key was not used in 1995 models.
Try your local Chevy dealer. If they can't locate one for you, try your local used auto parts wrecking yard.
These are the 2 transmissions used that year by chevy. 1/2 Ton trucks have the 4L60E transmissions in them ONLY. The 3/4 tons used the 4L80E trans. in them.
700r4 82-87, 4L60 88-92
Engines used during that time used raised-rail heads and a one piece rear main seal.
Most automotive stores will carry some Chevy pickup truck parts. One could also find them from J C Whitney or Classic Parts online retail stores. Another option would be to check Craigslist for used part listings.
There isn,t a cabin air filter in yours, not used in fullsize trucks until 99 new body style. Chevy Dealer
I have seen a 1950 Chevy pickup put on a mid seventies chassis. The 66 cab on a 92 frame should be easier just measure the width length and height differences to see if any shims need to be made. ( the 50 pickup used short lengths of pipe to accommodate height differences) These were used at the mounting points of course. If you are trying to get front disc brakes a 71 or 72 front suspension should bolt right on to the 66, besides if you have the coil springs already it is the best ride you can get. If you just need a rebuild on all of your components my opinion is that the 66 has a much better frame and suspension.
r 12 its no longer available so a conversion kit and system flush are needed. $100