Which sending unit? Oil or temperature? Or ?????
go to chuck's Chevy pages .com the answer should be there.
8 to 10 degrees.
On the fuel line going to the carburetor.
Under the power steering pump in front of the engine. It is not an easy one to change.
If it is a 2.8 it has 2
1987 is the last year for a carburetor.
yes you can. just take off the front driveshaft from the transfercase. there you go, 2 wheel drive.
It is in the throttle body.
Did you replace the fuel filter?
It is mounted on the top of the starter. Just follow the positive cable from the battery and it will be bolted to the selonoid.
Lower rear end of the engine
They came with 31x10.50 R 15 Radial Tires.
With a 4-barrel carb. 155hp @ 4000 rpm
To change the starter motor on a Chevy Celebrity: 1 Disconnect the battery ground. Use protective gloves. 2. Set the parking brake. Raise the car as required and put on jack stands. 3. Disconnect the wires at the starter solenoid. Take note of where they come off so you can put them back on. 4. If there is a brace from the starter to the block remove it. 5. Take out the two bolts that hold the starter in place, pull the starter out of the bell housing. If there are shims between the starter and the bottom of the engine block save them for use with the replacement starter. Reverse the process to install a replacement starter.
it has 1 short bolt and 1 long bolt
Here's a link to the answers most are looking for. It's a brochure for the 1986 Blazer/Suburban/Jimmy's. Looks like 6000lbs for gasoline engines, less for diesel. http://www.coloradok5.com/brochures/1986/
lower rear passenger side of engine
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Remove wiring at top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
Yes you can, but don't drive over 50 to 55 MPH
Disconnect the - battery cable Lift and safely secure vehicle Remove wires from starter Remove mounting bolts Drop starter
Disconnect the - battery cable raise and support vehicle Disconnect wiring harness at top of starter Remove mounting bolts Remove starter
On a 1986 Chevy Blazer S10, the firing order is: 2.5L 4 cyl engine: 1-3-4-2 2.8L V6 engine: 1-2-3-4-5-6