The 1993 Chevy S 10 Blazer 4.3 liter engine temperature sensor can be grounded to the engine block. You can use the temperature sensor retaining bolts to ground the temperature sensor.
May be computer controlled and not adjustable
does not have one just a map sensor
The 1993 Chevy S 10 Blazer IAT sensor can be found on the top of the transmission. The IAT sensor will be near the front of the transmission.
In the right upper side (passenger side) of engine block.
Where is oxygen sensor on 4.3 liter 1995 Chevy S10. All O2 sensors are threaded into the exhaust system at various points, and you probably have more than one sensor.
throttle positioning sensor, egr, idle air control
The 1994 S10 uses a MAP sensor, not a MAF sensor. We need to know size engine you have in that S10.
That would be the engine coolant temp sensor for the dash gauge only. The sensor near the thermostat housing is the engine temp sensor for the ECM.
My 1989 chevy s10 doesn't accelerate quckly,why is this?
Temp sensor for the gauge.
Depends on which engine it has and what year it is.
Is there a way to bypass the ECM in a 1993 chevy s10 4.3 vortec
No, it does not.
The coolant temp sensor on a 2003 Chevy S10 V6 is located on the front of the intake manifold. To replace simply unscrew the old sensor and screw on the new one.
On the side of the drivers side cylinder head, between #1 and #3 spark plugs.
If that S10 has a 4.3 engine, I find it best to remove the distributor to gain better access to the oil pressure sensor.
Was not used in that year.
There was no 2.8 Liter V6 installed in a 2001 Chevy S10. I posted a link of firing orders that year.
It is built into the alternator.
Haynes makes a manual with the wiring schematic for the O2 sensor on a 1991 Chevy Blazer S10. The manual can be found at most book stores.