Its TBI Vin "W" is CPI.
central port injection
THERE ARE TWO MOTORS FOR THE 1994 S-10 BLAZER. TBI (Z MOTOR) AND CPI (W MOTOR) Central Port Injection Throttle Body Injection. IF IT'S CPI THEN IT'S UNDER THE INSIDE OF UPPER INTAKE MANIFOLD. IF IT'S THE TBI MOTOR THEN IT'S ON THE THROTTLE BODY.
fuel pump low voltage
System to lean, bank 1. Check for vacuum leaks under the hood.
Next to the distributor
just ask the parts department , or look at the old one
Yes it will fit.
2 motor mounts.
That would be the OBD I Diagnostic Connector.
DTC code 81, 2-3 shift solenoid circuit fault. DTC code 12, indicates the diagnostic system is working.
To change the starter on a 1998 s10, the motor mount will have to be removed. Support the motor on a jack with a board on the top of it, and remove the mount to get to the starter.
No, the 2.8 had weird trannys but a 350 v8 tranny would bolt up
yes a 1993 4.3 liter motor can have (cpi) centralport injection) (spyder injection) if your blazer has a (w) has it 8th vin letter then yes it does but if it has a (z) from a 8th letter on your vin number iz a (tbi) throttle body injection
The motor in a S10 Blazer can last for many years. It will really depend on how well the vehicle has been taken care of. With proper maintenance, the motor can last more than 200,000 miles.
under the steering column.
The diagnostic link connector should be just under the dash on the driver's side.
As big as your wallet can handle.
The four wheel drive S10 with the 4.3L engine motor mounts are very hard to do even on a lift. It's not a job I would attempt at home in the driveway. The two wheel drive S10, 4.3L is easier.
The wire color for a windshield wiper motor in an S10 pickup that connects to the fuse is white. The high speed wire is purple, the low speed wire is gray.
The Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve on a 1989 S10 is located in the valve cover. It is toward the front of the motor.
if it has the same motor it will but not sure if it will from 4 banger to v6 or a v6 4300
With great difficulty, and if it is a 4X4 S10, with even more difficulty, especially if you are working on the ground with limited tools.