Chevy did not use a crank sensor on that year.
It does not have 1.
its at back of engne just under the manifold
That year did not have a crank sensor.
Crank sensors are always located on the camshafts. The 1989 Pontiac Sunbird crank sensor is located on the head of the engine towards to end of the camshaft.
depends on engine, mounting, body, ecm, and about a million other things, but possibily
Yes it will, but you have to put all the blazer engine stuff onto the beretta engine...
thats your knock sensor ESC is Electronic Spark Control which governs timing.
The answer depends on what engine you have.
In an owners manual from MOTORLIT.COM
behind the engine,in front of the transmission, about half way up the side of the block, its very hard to see its near the knock sensor.
The oxygen sensor on a 1989 Chevy Celebrity is located in the rear exhaust manifold on top about the center.
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.
i need help on how to replace the pin in my 1989 Chevy beretta gt please help me
If it is a distributorless ignition system, you don't. The timing is all handled by the ecm. It picks up the signal from a crank sensor in the block. It has a reluctor wheel cast in the crank.
This car only uses the sensor in the distributor.
That year did not have a cam sensor.
146325 out of haynes repair manual
http://forum.topspeedautogroup.com/ thats all i can say...
Does the Hydraulic clutch pump brakes alot on 1989 chevy berette gtu 2.8liter 6cyclinder 5speed
where do I find it
pull it apart
the fuel pump or crank sensor
I would try Rock Auto.