Should be right next to the fuel tank underneath the truck bed.
It is located on the top of the starter.
The starter of the 1994 GMC Sierra 1500 pickup is located on the dashboard. It is usually attached by a small wire.
on the right side of the pickup follow the positive cable.
The starter solenoid is mounted directly on the starter.
The starter solenoid is attached to the starter.
Starter is located on passenger side of engine. On the side of the engine at the bottom.
The 1988 Mitsubishi pickup truck data link connector is located on the bottom of the drivers side dashboard. The gauge link connector will be to the left of the steering column.
when my 89 mighty max did this I had to push the tailgate in while I opened the handle. Once open adjust or graphite the connections
It is behind the starter, You will have to remove starter to service it,
the starter is located on the passenger side of the engine beneath the exhaust manifold.
above the oil filter,to the left.
the starter is located under the right front wheel well. remove the tire and you can see it.
Lok at the lower rear end of the engine
Try looking for a sticker on the underside of the hood. If it's a 2.6, it should be 8 degrees BTDC.
Mitsubishi pickup can be found when one goes to any Mitsubishi dealers. One can get bargain deals when one visit used car shops. One can check online at sites like Auto Trader for price comparison and make a good choice.
passenger side by the oil pan in front of the transmission
Drivers side mounted to bellhousing
It is mounted on the top of the starter. Just follow the positive cable from the battery and it will be bolted to the selonoid.
On the starter if 1 pos cable or midway if you have 2 pos cables & is remote mounted between.
above the starter
I'm no mechanic, but from what I have read, the later model engines have hydraulic lash adjusters that can be tested and replaced(Haynes manual).
If the oil light comes on but the oil level is ok, the problem may be a faulty sending unit, as it turned out in my case.
Under the intake (third Head) In the valley between the heads.