it is located on the side of the engine block.
There is NOT 1. not on that year.
It is located on the side of the Engine block.
Bottom right of the water pump. Dead center of the engine in the front.
Could be the the V6 or the V8 engine but, the ECT sensor should be next to the thermostat housing or on the drivers side of the engine between the back two spark plugs.
The sensor on the 1994 Chevy Caprice is located on the transmission. it is mounted on the tail shaft of the transmission.
on the side of the engine block, on 1994 and later models, there are 2, one on each side on the side of the engine block
stop an engine
It's on the top rear side of the engine, near distributor.
I changed erg valve o2 sensor and gas cap but lights back on what do I do
It is on the side of the engine block. By the way, they very seldom go bad. The purpose of a knock sensor is to pickup engine noises and retard ignition timing so that it will not be so audible.
Same with my 1993 Chevy Caprice. Right now I've heard it could be one of the following: Idle Air Control(IAC), Fuel Filter, EGR, O2 sensor, MAP sensor, TPS(changed mines but still surging) and the costly of them all the intake manifold is leaking!
Answer , location of temperature sensorI just changed the Temperature sensor on my Pontiac and it was located on the engine block right underneath the throttle control.
Is your check engine light on ? If it is then have the engine scanned with an engine scanner. Black smoke means engine/fuel system is to rich./to much fuel. Could be the MAP sensor,Fuel pressure regulator, coolant sensor. You need to scan the engine.
The check engine light will illuminate with a code(s) directing which O2 sensor is bad.
Need to know what code(s) were set and which O2 sensor you changed in order to help you.
Its in the transmission
driver side above the oil filter> its a long sensor that screws into the engine block
More than likely it needs to be reset.
depending on what engine you have, 4.3 v-6 or 305 v-8 or if your lucky the 350......chevy never ran a crank sensor on an engine that old. If it wont start, check spark, if you have spark, check fuel.
It is attached to the timing cover, just behind the harmonic balancer, on the lower part of the engine.
If you are asking about the 2.0L engine....the ECM was changed to what is called a NGC and the crank and tone wheel(pickup for crank position sensor) was changed. Also, the blocks are not interchangeable due to the position of the crank sensor was changed. It may be possible to change the crank and and sensor then extend the harness to reach the front of the engine where it was move from the rear starting in 2003 but this would be alot of work. Everything else on the engine should changeover fine.
Check to see if the wiring is damaged.
The cam sensor is part of the distributor, the entire distributor needs changed. You can not get the cam sensor separately.