Your 1999 Chevy blazer doesn't have a timing belt.
should be on the exhaust manifold
NO. there 2 different things / sensors.
We replaced the temperature gauge in my 1991 Chevy blazer what is the normal operating temp?
I am looking in to a problem like this and I think it may also be the Cam sensor. Just a Guess but this might be some thing that should be done at about the same time.
it should be on top of the engine on the passenger side.
The crank shaft positioning sensor should be located at the front of the engine just below and to the left of the harmonic balancer. On the timing cover.
Yes it can hurt your engine to drive with a bad knock sensor. The knock sensor should be replaced as soon as possible.
Try disconnecting the battery for 20 minutes. This should put the computers into a reset mode. www.trailvoy.com The Trailblazer/Envoy enthusiasts forum with all the answers!
The oxygen sensor is "done". It should be replaced.
If your vehicle has a bad sensor the check engine light will come on. Otherwise they should be replaced as recommended by your service manual.
Speed sensors generally are not serviceable. The sensor needs to be replaced. It should be an easy change out, either bolted on or screwed in.
If your security sensor in your 2001 Nissan Sentra 2.0 is jarred or jammed you should have it replaced.
It should set a code or two but, check the MAP sensor and the vacuum hose leading to it.
no no no my crank sensor when out on my truck ar 95k now i have 125k and she is still running good
po320 indicates acrankshaft position sensor problem should probably be replaced
When a person owns or drives a car, they should know the location of the parts. The Iat Sensor is usually found mounted on the air intake snorkel or the manifold.Ê
Some of the Chevy Blazers were made without the crankshaft sensor. You should have a cam sensor that works the same way. It is located on the passenger side under the 2nd spark plug from the front.
If it had a bad O2 sensor the "check engine" would be illuminated and a code would be set indicating which sensor is at fault. You probably have other problems causing that backfire to occur.
A bad solenoid is likely the reason why your 1994 Chevrolet S10 Blazer won't shift into 1st or 4th gear. Getting it replaced should fix the issue.
I changed only the camshaft position sensor on my 2000 Kia Sportage. So I don't think so.
The ECU may be creating a short circuit. Check the ECU on the 1987 Chevy Blazer and make sure it is expelling to correct amount of safe voltage. If not the computer should be replaced.
First, change the oxygen sensor and the air filter. Clear the codes and see if the idler air sensor code comes back.
Make sure you replaced the sensor with the two wire connector. Make sure the connector to the sensor is corrosion free. Replace it if it is
If an engine light is still on after replacing a fan's radiator sensor in a RFW engine the coolant sensor should also be checked. If the coolant sensor is bad it will send an error code to the car's computer.