changing engines

Asked by Nov 03, 2015 at 07:31 PM about the 1998 Chevrolet C/K 2500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

can i a 1994 350 chevy truck 4x4 engine and install into a 1998 chevy 4x4
truck with out any changes thanks

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At the very least you will have smog compliance issues. Putting an older engine in a newer vehicle is not a good idea. The other way around should be fine however.

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The only part you could use is the block. 1994 has the OBD1 computer and the 1998 has the OBDII. Even at that you would have to put a different cam in the block, 1998 is the Vortec engine which is a totally different set-up, so basically no you can't.

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thank you that makes since going 94 to 98 never even give that a thought i appreciate it


Heads and intake are different. You can use your old heads and intake on the older block, but they also have a wimpy cam. 96 and up is what you need.

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