Open the hood and look around the engine compartment for a white sticker that shows all the emissions vacuum routing for that vehicle. They are required by law to display that information on the vehicle.
The signal and 4 way flasher relays are behind the plastic lower dash panel, aprox under the radio. The lower dash panel must be removed to gain access.
It would depend on what year the truck was made.
Check the fuses then check the brake light switch.
Sounds like a drive shaft universal joint. With vehicle in park , engine off, check for looseness by tryung to move the shafe sideways. should be solid.
Is it dry inside? Considering the year and make, the most likely thing is air bubbles drying the system up and causing over heat. I love my Blazer, but they're notorious for head gaskets. And a pain to change to boot.
If both the speedometer and the odometer work on and off, I would blame the vehicle speed sensor. If only the speedometer is acting up, I would blame the cluster.
Probably the most common reason would be the fuel pump is bad. Squirt a little starting fluid into the air intake and try to start it. If it starts and runs for a moment, it's the fuel pump.
Could be poor or no fuel pressure due to a bad fuel pump. Also check the fuses.
The alternator is on it's way out.
Built into the rear of the alternator
I had the same thing go wrong with my '99 Blazer a few months back. Luckily it was under warranty because the transfer case had to be replaced. The little button lights on my dashboard that would tell me if the truck was in 2-hi or whatever else were out too. When I took it in...
Buying used injector is not recommended because no one knows the state that it's in, how much life left ect....
Junk yards usually have them priced around $20.00 per injector depending on make of the car; the Chevy Cavalier are dime a dozen in the yards so finding one is very easy and relatively...
Fuel pump is on front corner of block if carbureted there is no in tank pump
My money is on a bad fuel pump.
There is one on the left side of the dash, the left door must be open to gain access and there is another fuse/relay center under the hood on the drivers side.
Could be in need of a tune up Could have a vacuum leak
there are a few sensors. One is built into the Air Flow Meter. That sensor is for engine controls. A second sits in front of the radiator I believe and is used for the AC. The third site in the dash somewhere and is used for the AC. The in car temp sensor is in the center console behind the armrest...
Need to know what size engine you have in that 91 S10. If it is a 4.3L, the fuel pump relay would be found under the hood, on the firewall, drivers side, between the master cylinder and the fender. If there is two relays there, it would be the one closer to the fender.
\nThe starter is located under the passenger's side of the motor, underneith the exhaust manifold collector at the transmission. Two 9/16' bolts, a 5/16' and a 5/8 should have the old one out.
could be several hundred dollars, but have it looked at now! The metal to metal is the brake pads grinding away the rotors. If this goes on too long, you could grind thru the rotor and the wheel could fall off. Could be expensive so don't prolong. Also, it is highly unlikely that your wheel will...
Ford Probe's are known for water getting in the distributor cap. If it happens on a day that when its wet outside check your distributor cap to see if theres any water in it.
i have been told by a gm actory trained mechanic that my 99 s10 2.2 has no fuel shut off other than relay or fuse, make sure grounds at rear of frame are good or truck will not start-nor will pump run as these are main vehicle grounds-stupid i know but experience told me this was tue
if the specs are the same as they are in '94 which I wouldn't see why they would change them it's 0 degrees btdc.
Having the same problem on a 02 2wd Blazer. It pulls the cables tight but will not stay down as well.
\nThe backdoor wont open only when the top glass hatch cannot be opened due to the following:\n.
\n1. the transmission is engaged in any gear other than 'P'\n2. the rear window wiper is unsecured and running.\n3. latch and locking mechanisms need lubricating\n4. in very cold temperatures,...
On your truck it is mounted on top and inside the fuel tank. On your blazer and you will either have to drop the fuel tank or disconnect the bed and slide it rearward to gain access to the pump.
all 4 cylinder engines have a fireing order of 1 3 4 2
I believe you can do that there gm engines and both v-6s i have a 1983 s-10 and put a crate engine in it and it looked identical to the one that was in a Pontiac sunfire so i think it would. if you can stick a 350 in them i cant see what you could not put in them,within reason of course hope i...
Step 1. Close hood Step 2. Have someone properly diagnose vehicle. Step 3. If you insist on working on your own vehicle buy a repair manual and learn the correct methods.
I have 2006 Blazer. Antifreeze needs to be at right level or no heat. Instead of changing my thermostat for very cold temperatures I use a grill snap on guard that adds plenty of heat to the cab and is adjustable. Gasoline will not burn well if the engine is too cold in severe winter driving. If you...
You gain acess by removing the inside door panel and there will be little holes you can put a socket in to get on the nuts.
Do not tighten to tight because you will brake the plastic holding the metal screw then it will shake all the time.
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The firing order for the 4.3 V6 is 1, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2,clockwise.
Several answers could be given here, check all your vaccum lines for breaks or cracks. Check your EGR valve on this year as its electric and has pindle that opens and closes at its necessary time and can get stuck if its carboned up from the engine fouling. You can remove the two 10mm bolts and...
If you are reffering to the fan inside the car, the "squirel cage" can be reached behind the glovebox -it sometimes catches some stuff. The following webpage offers some insight on where and how. http://www.clubgp.com/cgi-asp/mods.asp?modid=111 . "G"
Should be three, one after each bank and one after the catalytic converter.
Remove the small screws that hold it.
Depending what year, make and model you have, yes.
Standard or automatic? New or used? With installation? Your location?
That's a trick question...there isn't one. It's a distributor-less ignition system. It has 3 coil packs and and ignition module and are located right under the front exhaust manifold.
Run the truck until you have less than a 1/4 tank of fuel or siphon the fuel out. Remove the front seat. Remove cardboard cover that covers the fuel tank. Disconnect wires and fuel line to sending unit. Remove the sending unit from tank. Reverse for assembly.
The front door speakers are very easy to replace... The Grill covering the speakers just pops out: Open the door. pull out on the grill from the hinge side of door toward the latch side of the door. Then remove three torque screws. and disconnect the wiring harness..
The front door speakers are 2...
Buy a rebuilt transmission and install it.
Neither, that should be the sensor after the catalytic converter. Bank 1 sensor 1 would be the first sensor on the drivers side of engine. Bank 2 sensor 1 would be the first sensor on the passengers side of engine. Bank 1 sensor 2 would be the sensor after the catalytic converter.
Replace the engine coolant sensor.
Replace the engine coolant sensor, the one next to the thermostat housing. It could be sending the wrong signal to the ecm that the engine is still cold.
Should be on the front and left side of the flywheel housing.
You may want to check the MAP (Manifold Air Pressure) located on the fire wall. There should be two rubber lines coming from it. Located just on the passenger side of the center..
the temp sensor could also be the problem. its located near the thermostat. when the sensor is bad the...
"Caliper anchor bolts" hold the brake caliper on, they require a 3/8" Allen wrench to remove.
Behind the plastic cover under the front of the vehicle behind the front bumper. One twist off screw opens the access door.
It could be time for a tune up. What kind of MPG are you getting?
Assuming this is a 4.3L engine, the engine temp sensor is located between #1 and #3 spark plugs.
Yes, this is when it would leak.
To many steps to list here. I recomend purchasing a shop manual for that vehicle if you intend on doing this job yourself. It will be well worth the investment.
I havent actually looked for mine but a good trick is to have another person at the engine bay, switch the headlights on and off and listen for the relay that will click
It's a code for the oxygen sensor.
\nthe relays are on the engine side firewall. The compressor relay signal comes from the main computer through the pressure cycling switch or switches.
\nyou could find the spark plugs on each side of the engine behind the wheels....that is the best way to get to them, using a long extension and rachet...the hardest plug to get to is the #1 plug....that plug has to be removed from on top....
Should be locate on left front fender well, behind battery, below air intake tube.
O2 sensors are located in the exhaust system. They may be on the exhaust manifold down to the muffler. I haven't seen any past that but you never know.
That would be cylinder #5
10 degrees before top dead center. the vehicle Emission Sticker on the fan shroud housing (the sticker that has the belt routing) will have this information plus the spark plug gap.
It is located just below the right side headlight behind bumper and below the grill.To access it remove the grill and to do this you have to remove the left/right side marker lights two screws in each and then two screws behind each marker light that hold the grill.You will will need to remove the...
It is attached to the bank of fuel injectors (the spider) under the upper intake manifold.
Try replacing the engine temp coolant switch, the one next to the thermostat housing.
no need to remove the console----\n.
\nMap Bulb replacement;\n1.Remove lens by inserting a screw driver tip between the rounded ends of the lens and the housing to pry lens until it swings out.\n2.Remove bulb by pulling straight down.\n3.Install new bulb by pushing firmly into socket.\n4...
The 4.3 referrs to the engine size in liters,one liter is 1,0000 cubic centimeters so 4.3 liters is 4,300 cc's. My 93 s10 Blazer is rated at 200 horsepower.
\nLoose or worn belt.
6-9 lb torque begining from the center outward at 1 half turn a piece. Hand tighten all first and then turn outwards on each side equally. the mid center should reach full torque first and then the outer ends last.
Replace the drain plug gasket and don't over tighten it.
There are four ways to find a ratio. 1 A dealer can normally tell from the vin number. 2 There are normally tags or labels on the axle that have part number, gear ratio, and fluid requirement info. 3 You can count how many times you have to turn the driveshaft to get one complete turn of the...
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just a quick note: bank 2 is LEFT side (drivers) on a rear wheeldrive vehicle ,on front wheel drive vehicles it would be the frontside when looking down from the front of the vehicle ,Sensor 2 isafter the cat converter! if you replace that sensor, clear thecodes or have someone clear them for you...
where dose the vacuum under the battery come from
There is a web site that can give you the pinpoint location of your low side port. As well as refrigerant & lubricant specs for any year, make and model vehicle.There is alot of help full information about your vehicles ac system. On the link below. 1 pound 14 ounces is the factory specs......
In the fuel tank. Fuel tank must be removed to gain access to the sending unit.
Behind dash assembly. Dash assembly must be removed to gain access.
Above the left rear tire. It is easier o access by removing the bed. You can remove the bed in 20 minutes by removing only 8 bolts from underneath. Once removed you can access tank, pressure switches and everything from on top.
\nIt's in the power distribution block on the drivers side, under the hood. Most of the relays & maxi fuses are there.It's just in front of the shock tower, under the plastic cover.Look under the cover, there is a diagram showing the location of fuses & relays.
If your brakes are locking up it is because the ABS is not working.
1. broken 4WD shift linkage 2. hubs not locked 3. hubs not locking (vaccume leak) I have a 96 blazer and the vacuum actuator, located below the battery tray, had a vacuum line disconnected. I have had several friends who had their actuator go bad. The acuators were actually a recall they have since...
no the car has a timing chain
Probably. It will allow moisture to enter inside the cap.
It should be located on the front of the water pump.
probably because there is a bad Ground-clean the socket where the bulb goes & coat w/vasoline & if there is metal on the socket housig ,clean that.That is IF U have 12 volts going 2 the socket-the tag light work with the running lights..
There are three O2 sensors on that vehicle assuming it is a 4.3L engine. They all thread into the exhaust system at various points. Once you have determined which one is at fault, unplug the wire harness to it and then unthread it much like removing a spark plug using a 7/8" wrench.
If you lower the fuel tank you can.
\nwell its prob the same as the 95-96-97 etc......remove the air cleaner hardware, and the windshield washer bottle... after that, you can see the drain cock...lower drivers side