Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Nearly any year will fit, that is, bolt in. But the newer you get, the more complicated the fuel injection and wiring gets! If you want just to use the mechanical end and bolt up your old fuel system, everything thing should work...just check all the accessory mounting brackets to be sure all the holes are there on the engine!
If you switch from V-belts to a serpentine drive, you will have to use all the accessories that go with that engine...check compatibility of hoses and electrical plugs. Look over everything very carefully before you do anything, get manuals and info (like wiring diagrams!) to keep track of any changes that need to be made. Chevy is one of the easiest to do this with...it helps if you can have the donor vehicle at your location. If you can't do that, DON'T cut any wires or hoses because you may need them for the swap! GOOD LUCK!
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
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