-First you must disconect a small wire under your glove box down by the floor mat before you can start timing, (its a small brown wire) -Hook up your timing light to the #1 spark plug.
-Start your engine and see currently where your timing is at. -From there lossen your distributer and adjust accordingly. -You may advance your s-10 slightly. but it also has electronic timing is it will adjust a little when u have it set close. what degree to set at
on a 91 blazer s10 4wd
The S10 Blazer, the S10 pickup, the GMC Sonoma, the GMC Jimmy, the Oldsmobile Bravada.
OK, you have a 1989 S-10 Blazer. What is your question?
Yes, a 2000 GMC Jimmy hood is compatible to a 2000 Chevy Blazer. This is only on the S10 Blazer though.
If you have no dash lights at all on your 1989 S10 Blazer, a blown bulb can be the problem. You should also check the fuse.
There is no timing to set. The timing is controlled by the ECM with signals it receives from various sensors.
I have a 1987 Chevy Blazer S 10 4X4 2.8l V6 and the timing recommendation is 10 degrees.
The bolt pattern for a 2001 GMC Jimmy is 5 by 4.75 inches. The bolt patter is the same for a full size Blazer and the S10 Blazer.
take the bolts out
There is no adjustment to my knowledge.
On the Vortec the computer does it all.
Any 1983 - 1993 S10, and 1983 - 1994 Blazer, Jimmy, or Bravada.
i have a 1989 chevy blazer gos in 4x4 drive but front wheels are not pulling wat do i do about that
No it does not.
what year? popping like a backfire through the intake? check the timing if it has a distributor.
what is the wheel base for 1985 s10 blazer
It is computer controled and not adjustable, Wrong answer, it is adjustable. I have a 94 s-10 blazer, and have set the timing more than once. Timing light and wrench to loosen the distributer.
The 89 model does not have a VSS.
Yes it will fit.
Yes it does and it is bolted into the passenger lower side of the timing cover.