I am tackling the same thing on a 1994 Ford Arerostar van. I think that the wire from the fuel pump relay is also connected to the Powertrain Control Module. ( The book makes mention that that the PCM controls the fuel pump! ) If this is true then the PCM may place a "LOW" on that line if it wants the pump off, preventing the relay to pass the voltage to the initeria switch and then the pump??? ( I'll let you know...you let me know? )
Behind the distributor.
It is back by the distributor and screews into the engine just about were the distributor goes into the engine.
On the driver's side next to the distributor; hard to get to.
It's on top rear of engine near the distributor.
The oil pressure sender or switch is located at the rear of the engine, behind the distributor.
Possibly lithium grease or condensation
No it does not.
Mine is just to the left of the distributor (as you sit in the vehicle) but is hard to see it with the cruise control in the way.
It is screewed into the very back of the block, but up on top right behind the Distributor.
It does not have one. It still has a distributor
need a picture
No it does not. That engine still has a distributor.
I have a 1997 suburban 1500 4wd. The door plate is missing. What is the recommended tire pressure?
If it is a 1999 Suburban with a 350 there are two screws. Remove all your wires first. Take a T15 Torx driver and take them out. The cap should be loose and you can use light pressure and pull straight up. Be sure not to move the distributor shaft relative to the engine. This is a net timing application and you will have to take it to the dealer to have it timed.
I took my 2004 Suburban to a reputable tire store and they suggest 40lbs of pressure.
There are several things that needs to be done for a tune up on a 1996 Chevrolet Suburban. Some things that need to be done are an oil change, replacing spark plugs and plug wires, and a new distributor cap, rotor, PCV valve, air and fuel filters.
what is the preceger for replacing the head gaskets on a 1993 chevy suburban 4x4 350
You can fix a sagging door on a 1996 Suburban by replacing the door pins and the bushings.
Yes you do. The distributor must be removed.
You will have to climb in under the hood to see it. It's just to the drivers side of the distributor, threaded into the upper backside of the engine block.
The ignition module that's in the distributor.
A 5.7L with the IAFM intake it has a low profile distributor cap with the wires coming out the sides. (A traditional distributor has the top post outlets for the wires.)Those are set up with a "Net Build" timing system. There are tools fron K&D that flash a light but are inaccurate. You should take it to the dealer to have it timed.
It is in the very back of the engine. Just follow the spark plug wires from the spark plugs and they will go to the top of the Distributor. That will be the distributor cap that the wires are in.
I'm not sure I understand your question. The ignition module is suspect in this case and yes, it's under the distributor cap. You may also want to replace the distributor cap and rotor while your at it, they're cheap parts and hair-line cracks in a distributor cap can be hard to detect. If all of these fail I'd look at replacing the coil and coil wire to the distributor.
No it does not. It has a distributor no need for a cam sensor.