What is the sensor on a 305 Chevy motor right next to the starter?
it is a knock sensor that is used to adjust the ignition timing.
I just replaced the starter motor on my 1990 4 cylinder engine Chevy Lumina. The starter is located in front of the oil pan. It was reachable and can be seen from under the front of the car a little to the right. You have to remove a three bolt attached plastic part by the oil pan to be able to get to one of the starter motor bolts. Good luck.
On a typical 4-cylinder 626, the starter motor is located on the lower end of the engine, to the right of the transaxle (removal would require raising the vehicle and properly securing it with appropriate jack stands). On a typical v6 626, the starter motor is located beneath the throttle position sensor, knock sensor, distributor, and other electrical connectors that interfere with the proper removal. acc083
If you replace a motor in a 96 Chevy S-10 pickup and nothing works on it after do you know what is wrong?
The speed sensor on my Villager is on top of the transmission near the starter. If you look down at the starter while standing on the driver's side of the engine, the speed sensor should be to your right, down on top of the transmission housing about a foot or two toward the rear of the vehicle from the starter. It will have a wire going from it to the firewall right about where the…