92 is PRE-OBDII, so you'll have to get a GM specific code reader. They aren't too expensive, usually about $35 - $45 depending on where you get them. They include instructions and diagnostic codes. The code readers generally plug in below and to the left of a GM steering column, just above where your left shin would be if you were driving.
Actually, the 95 was one of the first with an OBDII, so a ODBII code reader will work, but most auto part stores will not check it, even though it has an ODBII (you can lie and tell them it is a 96 and they'll do it). The code reader attaches below the steering column.
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What sensors? Be specific.
You have it checked for codes and diagnose the cause of the code.
check for engine codes- it could be that there is a bad o2 sensor or something.
If you have the 4.3 L engine, no.
You can use main bearings on a 1995 Chevy S10. The bearings can be purchased at most auto parts stores.
The check engine light would come on.
see if you are getting spark in your wires. or check for cracks and damage.
No it will not SORRY.
No. Air bags were introduced on the 1995 S10 Chevrolets.
1995 chevy s10 what years are the front end body parts interchanable
Check inside the glove box, on a 1995 the are behind a panel at the back, clearly marked.
An S10 is the same as a Chevy S10.
Normally your dipstick has a hot and cold mark on it. If not check it hot, always check it with the engine running on an even surface.
I have a 1992 Chevy S10 pick up and the fuel pump on my truck is inside the gas tank.
with a dipstick
I have 4.3L v6 in my 95 S10, it holds 20 gals.
It is around 110 hp
You do not ,you replace it .
It is important to know the firing order of an engine. The firing order of a 1995 Chevy S10 4 cylinder engine is 1-3-4-2.