94 should be OBD I.
set to zero degrees base timingthe computer controls actual timing
Where is the tcm in a 1994 chevy S10 Blazer
any s10 or sonoma up to 93 and any blazer jimmy up to 94
NO ITS CONTROLLED COMPLETLY DIFFERANT
Your 94 S-10 doesn't have a timing belt.
see related link i have a 94 s10 blazer and if you use your key with the back hatch handle you can open it
There is none.
It is located in the throttle body.
The alternator may be on it's way out.
195 degrees F
There is no "reset" switch for the fuel pump on that 94 Blazer. If the fuse and relay for the pump are good, chances are the fuel pump has failed.
94 has a Chain..
depends on if your taking about cam timing or ignition timing and what engine.gm Jim
Need to know if it is standard or automatic and why.
under truck passenger side before cat on top of exhaust pipe
Yes, AS LONG AS BOTH ARE EITHER FULLSIZE OR IF BOTH ARE S10/S15 TYPE BLAZERS. NO IF ONE IS S10 AND THE OTHER IS FULL SIZE.
I had that problem on my 94 Olds Bravada, a vacuum hose came loose running to the intake plenum.
With a signal from the ecm it powers up the fuel pump.
You dont. The ignition timing is set by the PCM and is non-adjustable.
Windshields from 83-94 S-model Blazer/Jimmy and 83-93 S10/S15's are all the same. NO, AN 84 JIMMY/BLAZER IS A FULL SIZE TRUCK. ALL S10/S15S ARE MID SIZE TRUCKS.
timing should be set at 10 degrees BTDC. be sure you unplug the spout connector before you adjust the timing.
i think it is the sensor located on the drivers side of the motor rite next to the middle spark plug.
where are the timing marks on a 94 2.5 dodge shadow es
Maybe try behind the harmonic balancer.Between the timing cover and the balancer itself.