It doesn't want to, It's not done running yet... :) Check the ignition timing with a timing gun. When the engine continues to run after it has been shut off the problem is known is dieseling, or pre-ignition. Hope that helps.
OK, you have a 1982 Chevy Celebrity. Do you have a question?
yes, 82-93 are the same besides grill design
i had a 1982 Chevy caprice classic that had a 4.4 small V8 olsmoblie engine in it.
In Chilton General Motors publication #28860. Covers GM pickups 1982-93
The Chevy s10 was introduced in 1982.
where is the vin number on the frame for a 1982 Chevy 1 ton Chevy
It does not have one. Crankshaft position sensors are used in distributorless ignition systems to tell the ignition control module where the crankshaft is in its rotation. The 1982 thru 1986 2.8L engines had distributors so they had no need of a crankshaft position sensor.
Yes, it should be located under dash on drivers side or on passengers side under dash to the right of the console
Which engine does your 1982 Chevy Celebrity have? Is it the 2.5L 4 cylinder or the 2.8L V6? They are very different.
To replace the ignition switch on a 1982 Mercedes 300SD, disconnect the battery and remove the horn pad. Locate the wire behind the horn and remove.
No, It is not even close.
Not without modifications.
It controls the ignition system.
Ignition - John Waite album - was created on 1982-05-21.
Its in the transmission
You can find a fuse diagram for a 1982 Chevy S10 in the owner's manual. You can also find it at various auto stores.
The ignition switch relay on a 1982 Chrysler New York with a 318 engine is behind the steering column. It is on the inner fender panel.
the TH350 would mate up to it, it should have had that stock