your filter is located on the inside of the drivers side frame rail. its the little silver canister about 2" in diameter and about 5" long with fuel lines going to and from.
350 i think.
No it is throttle body fuel injection
That would be a 4L60E transmission
all Chevy tbi's are to be set at 0 degrees
in the engine
NO. The center shaft in the 4-wheel and 2-wheel drive transmissions are a DIFFERENT length. WILL not interchange.
towing capacity up to 10000 lb for a 1995
Need to check or replace the ingnition module in the Distributor.
This is most likely to be GM's Turbo 400 transmission.
Yes. The stock size for a 94 Chevy K1500 is 16" rims. I have a 94 Chevy K1500 Silverado 4x4 Regular cab w/an 8' bed and it has 16" rims. You can go smaller if you like but your speedometer can be a little off.
I would imagine it is in the oil pan
I have the same problem and am looking for help.
The fuel filter for a 1994 s10 Chevy is located on the drivers side. It is on the frame rail under the drivers door.
Curb Weight: 4127 lbs std cab 5.0 engine
It is on the drivers side of the tranny. It is the electrical switch around the shifter.
I have a 1994 5.7 k1500, and my book says for V8 5.7 1988-1995 is TDC. (top dead center)
1843 6572 is the firing order It's also stamped on the intake mannifold.
You will have to put a body lift on it and raise it way up.
A Fuel filter on 1994 Chevy Mark truck in under the truck near the oil plug. This should be easy to find.
the filter is located on the side of your left back tire. its a little can.
Have you checked the ignition control module? Have you checked the ignition control module?
You either have to pull the engine or drop the transmission, which ever your more comfortable with.
Their isn't one