On the transmission itself. It has an electrical connection going to it. You have to raise the car, safely, to see it. Make sure to disconnect the negative battery cable.
Disconnect the electrical connector, remove the retaining bolt, have a pan to catch the tranny fluid that comes out, remove and discard the o-ring.
When installing a new one, make sure to lube the new o-ring with Transmission Fluid before you tighten it.
Taken straight from a Chilton's manual.
That year did not have a crank sensor.
The throttle position sensor is located on the throttle plate.
Sensor is located on the drivers side of the oil pan.
The position of the camshaft sensor on your 1997 Camaro is dependent upon the type of engine in the Camaro. In most cases the camshaft position sensor is on the back of the left-hand cylinder head.
it's built into the computer.
On a 1999 Camaro, the map sensor is located on the back of the intake manifold. The intake manifold is the series of tubing that distributes the air coming into the engine.
The MAP sensor on an '86 Camaro with a 2.8 liter engine is located by the distributor at the rear of the intake plenum. There will be a black plastic casing that needs removed to gain access to the sensor.
Look on the timing cover.
It is located underneath the intake manifold near the rear of the engine.
the iat sensor is located on the tube running from the air cleaner the sensor has a wire connector running to it
on the passenger side of the block behind the moter mount.
Located on the end of the throttle shaft on the throttle body.
On both the V6 and V8, the sensor is located in the plastic intake tube just infront of the MAF sensor. The intake sensor has a 2 wire connector.
Gas sensor? Not sure what you mean, could it be a Fuel gauge sensor? Oxygen sensor? Fuel pressure regulator?
The IAT (Intake Air Temperature) Sensor is a Two (2) Wire sensor located close to the intake.
the knock sensor on a 91 camaro 305 in on the passenger side of the block, bellow the exhaust manifold. its a few inches in front of the bell housing., and has a single wire running to it. looks a bit like a temp sensor, or oil pressure sensor.
It is the sensor located in the water pump. It is a 2 prong plug, screwed straight into the front of the water pump. The other sensor that is located in the cylinder head is for your gauge.
In the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipe and is accessible from under the hood
Go to www.autozone.com and click component location.
Underneath the intake manifold there will be two knock sensors
There is not a separate cooling fan sensor, it controlled by the ECM which get it's reading from the ECT (engine coolant temp sensor)
Idle control sensor on the driver side strut tower. The cover should be blue.
the coolant temp sensor on an iroc-z camaro assuming your engine is stock is located below and a little to the left of the maf (mass air flow sensor). it should be pointing down and threaded into the top of the water pump hope this helps.
they dont have a cable they r sensor driven speedos on those cars
It is on the intake manifold near the thermostat housing.