Yes there the same.
how do you set the timing on a 1993 Chevy pick up
YES, There the same.
nope. the wirinng is completely different
I just set my timing and the plug on my 1994 full size Chevy Blazer (same as a full size pick up) was directly under the glove compartment. It was one wire (tan with black stripe) and two ends of a plug together just unplug and set timing.
Look under the dash for a single wire connector right side under the glove box.
the fullsize has a small block Chevy V8 its firing order is 18436572 On my 93 blazer it has a point sticking out of the timing cover on drivers side its hard to see the crank has 2 marks i set mine on the 2nd one it works fine
The full size blazer has 5.25 in the kick panel and 4 x 10's in the rear.
There are 2, 4" x 10" speakers in the celing tward the rear of the full size blazer (next to the hatch glass).
if its a full size blazer 7000lbs
NO not even close.
6 on 5.5
It doesn't have a carburetor. It has a fuel injected throttle body. They have no adjustments. It's all controled by the ECM (Engine Control Module).
NO it will not. The V-8 and V-6 bell housings are a different size.
a full size blazer top weighes about 250 to 300 lbs
how do i tighten my side mirrors on my 98 blazer?
s10 or full size ?
Aprox 12 qts.
It is electronic controlled and requires an OBDII engine scanner to set the timing if it has a distributor. If it don't have 1 then there is NO adjustment for the timing. You did not give the engine size.