check right in front of where the shifter would be on the floor. it is actually right behind where your power outlets are. You have to remove the knee panel that is under the steering wheel and radio/climate control area.
I am not sure but I think I found it on my 1994 S10. If you place your head on the floor board, driver side looking up, to the right you will see alot of wiring that goes to the back of the fuse box and other areas. There is a relay that is plugged in near the firewall. You can pull it out without disconecting or removing anything else.
My 1994 S-10 pickup is 4wd, so there is a 4wd shift console on the floor in addition to the normal column shifter. I found my turn signal flasher on the left of the driver's side, behind the parking brake pedal. It is a small silver cylinder on the firewall.
if its not in your fuse box it will be under the dash drive safe
The signal flasher and 4 way flasher are both located behind the plastic lower dash panel apox under the radio. The lower dash panel must be removed to access the flashers.
The turn signal flasher on a 1995 Dodge Pickup is located on the driver's side under the dash. It is right next to the fuse box above the brake pedal.
Should be a fuse box under the hood with a flasher in the box To get to the flasher relay you have to remove the piece of dashboard under the steering wheel. the flasher will be mounted on a little peg on the left side of the steering column. Hope this helps! -- Brad
If the fuse checks okay it is probably the signal flasher relay. The signal flasher and 4-way flasher relays are found behind the plastic lower dash panel aprox under the radio area. The lower dash panel has to be removed to gain access to the relays.
You have a dead short somewhere, it could be in one of the the bulb sockets, the wiring or the signal switch.
41 to 47 psi.
The combination flasher is located in the Junction Block (JB) behind the fuse access panel on the left outboard end of the instrument panel.
The flasher is located behind the dash panel just under and to the left of the steering wheel. Very cheap and easy to replace. Go pick one up for about $10 at any autozone. My 94 corsica just got a new one
41 to 47 psi.
Could be, Blown bulb(s), Blown fuse, faulty flasher relay, Faulty signal switch,
YES, they are basically the same engines.
If your fuses are good, the flasher is good, and the bulbs are good; There are two probable causes: Your signal switch is worn out, or you have a short to ground on the wires to the signal lights. Pick one or the other, or could be both.
It takes 5w-30 oil
The 1994 S10 has a fuel pressure regulator located in the throttle body.
Normally when your turn signal blinks very fast it means one of two things. Either you have a bulb that is blown or you have installed an incorrect Flasher Relay. Look an make sure all bulbs are functioning as they should be. If they are, then check to see if you have the correct Flasher Relay installed. If you do then replace the Flasher Relay.
If there is a recall your Chevy dealer can help you. You can also look at the link I will post.
I have a 1994 Chevy pick up short bed. and i have about 240 stock. i have put a cold air intake on it which is an extra 30 horsepower. I also put headers on which imporved it aswell. I have flowmaster exhaust and i have about 310 horsepower.
06.0 on a 4cylinder 2wd s10
Underneath the driver's side dashboard tucked way up on the firewall. You will see a round cylindrical item. There are separate ones for the hazard flashers and turn signals, so make sure you pick the right one. .
The turn signal/hazard flasher is located under the instrument panel to the right of the steering column. Remove the flashe by pulling straight out. - Haynes Manual #36071, 1993-2005 Ford Ranger Pick-ups.
The pick up box on a 2001 Chevy pick up is not the same as the pick up box on a 2007 Chevy pick up. These are different year models.
Assuming the signal lights still work, no. But a bad brake light switch or a blown brake light fuse could.
The vacuum lines are on the roof.