Get on Google.com, and search for a Chevy S-10 forum, a buddy of mine was hooked up with one, once you get to an s-10 forum they should have a faq forum, and im sure the question has been asked there before. hope this helpsAnswerIt depends on what tranny you have, they have a chip that eliminates the "Governer" AKA "high speed limiter" but only on s-10 with Automatic trannywhich bites because both my 1994 and 2000 s-10's are 5 speed standards :-(
no speed governor, it is set at factory by the computer.
It has no governor. Speed is controlled by the ECU.
1992 Chevy trucks did not have a CAM SENSOR. They had a distributor.
Remove the fuse or the relay.
The only way to "disable" the "governor" is to reprogram the ECM to delete the fuel cut off point.
Using a programmer such as hypertech
That is the knock sensor
It doesn't have a maf sensor, it uses a map sensor.
Yes it will.
It is inside the distributor and is more commonly known as a distributor pickup, HEI pickup, pickup coil, hall switch, or hall effect sensor. I hope that helps.
the sensor itself is on the bottom of the timing chain cover on the left.
Replace the engine coolant sensor.
They are screwed into the exhaust pipe/pipes.
We will need to know which engine it has to answer that.
where is the cranksensor on 1994 chevy pickup with a 6.5 engine
Why in the hell would you want to? You will burn your transmission up if you do, for sure.
where is the coolant sensor on a 1984 s10 blazer 2.8 6 cylender
You will have to remove starter, It is behind the starter in the block.
off the driver side exhuast manifold
It should be mounted into the drivers side rear of the transmission.
If I am correct, bank 2 sensor 2 is opposite the #1 cylinder in the rear.
Under the dash on the driver side of the vehicle there are some black boxes. Look in your manuel and it will be there
There isn't a way to disable the governor. The computer takes input from the engine speed and vehicle speed, when it reaches a certain point (actually about 97MPH) the computer shuts off the fuel injectors and ignition at the coil util the speed drops back down.