Assuming that it has a 4.3L engine, it would be the distributor.
On a 4 cylinder (no distributor) engine it is located on the engine block, passenger side, directly over right engine mount, between the upper coil pack and oil pressure sensor. It is accessed through the wheel well. On a 6 cylinder with the distributor, it is located in the base of the distributor.
Assuming this is a 4.3L engine, it is located under the hood, in back of the engine, on top, close to the distributor.
The distributor is located on the rear of the engine next to the firewall on a 2.0 4 cylinder.
On the 4.3L V6 the distributor is located in the back of the engine, in the middle. Just follow the spark plug wires and they will lead you to it.
Assuming this is the 4.3L engine, the distributor cap would be found in the back of the engine on top. All the spark plug wires lead to it.
On the six cylinder it is on the passenger side of the engine. On the eight cylinder it is behind the intake manifold on the back of the engine.
Assuming it has a 4.3 engine, the oil sending unit is located under the hood, in back of engine, drivers side, next to the distributor. It is difficult to see and get to. Removing the distributor makes it accessible.
If the engine is the 4.3, it is located under the hood, on top of engine, way in back, on the drivers side under the distributor.
If it has a V-8 engine, it is most likely at the back of the engine next to the distributor. IT screws directly into the engine block.
Number one in the distributor cap is the one closest to the front of the engine on the passenger side of the car. The number one cylinder on the engine is also in the front of the engine on the passenger side.
Yes it does. If it is a 4-Cylinder, it is on the transmission side of the engine cylinder head. If it is a V6, it is located on the transmission side of the front cylinder head.
Its at the rear of the engine and a pain to work on where its wedged in.
Depending on what type engine you have, the ignition module may be an integral part of the distributor cap.
The oil pressure switch on a 4.3 engine is located on top of engine block, way in back next to the firewall, under the distributor. I would remove the distributor to gain access to it..
On a 1993 Ford E-150 GASOLINE engine : Follow the spark plug wires to the distributor cap on top of the distributor On the 4.9 liter / 300 cubic inch inline six cylinder engine ( the distributor is on the DRIVERS SIDE of the engine ) On the V8 engines it is ( near the front of the engine on the top of the engine )
The firing order for a 1996 Chevrolet S10 Blazer is 1, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. The number one cylinder is on the front right as you face the engine.
The number 1 cylinder is located at the front left of the engine block while FACING the engine. Follow the spark plug wire to the distributor a POW there it is.
behind the engine you'll see a black circle with 7 plugs coming out of it. that is the distributor cap. take the cap off and you'll see the rotor.
Back of the engine next to the distributor.
If you have a 4.3L engine in that 93 Blazer, stand in front with the hood open, looking at the distributor #1 would be at the 5 o'clock position. From that point clockwise it would be 1, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
Firing Order: 1-2-3-4-5-6 Distributor rotates clockwise. Number 1 cylinder is located front of engine right side when looking at the engine from the rear.
It will be on the back side of the engine where the distributor used to be on older engines.
On the 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder engine , the distributor is on the drivers side of the engine - the distributor cap is on top of the distributor On the V8 engines , the distributor is located on top of the engine at the front , the distributor cap is on top of the distributor Where one end of the spark plug wires all connect , the other ends go to each spark plug
Assuming this is the 4.3 engine, the ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) sensor is located on the driver side cylinder head between #3 and #5 spark plugs.