Are the engine sizes the same?Chevy put a few different engines in the S-10.In most cases as long as the body style is not to different the swap should be ok.If the engine is a 4.3L you will have a lot of tight work as the engine is about crammed into these trucks.You will be in there a good 6-8 hours removing the engine.
What you need to insure is that all your sensors can swap from engine A to engine B.Also if the engines are of diffent sizes you have more work ahead as you may have a computer swap on your hands as well. There are groups of Chevy owners that mod many a Chevy.You can get that info by searching in any search engine like Yahoo or Google and finding V8 mods for them.
We are going to need to know what engine you have in that 92 S10.
It is attached to the throttle body.
4l60e i got a 92 chevy blazer with the w engine it came with a 700 R
Inside the distributor.
TCCM Transfer case control module
The oil pump on a 92 Chevy S10 is changed by draining the oil, unbolting the oil pan, and lower it from the vehicle. The pump can then be unbolted and a new one put in place.
Next to the distributor
Yes it will fit. 91 and 92 exactly the same
Didn't have an air temp sensor in 92. Came out in 93.
yes you might have to change your exhaust manifold
Yes it will, same thing.
In some instances, yes.
fuel pump low voltage
Yes, AS LONG AS BOTH ARE EITHER FULLSIZE OR IF BOTH ARE S10/S15 TYPE BLAZERS. NO IF ONE IS S10 AND THE OTHER IS FULL SIZE.
I would think any from 87-92 should fit.
Clockwise on the cap, 1, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
That is the 4l60 or 700r4 there should not be a swap issue if the 92 had overdrive.
Between the engine block and transmission. You will either have to remove the engine or transmission to get to them. NO OTHER WAY.
The oil drain for the engine is located at the lowest point on the bottom of the engine oil pan.
get the heavy duty shock and spring package.
I have both a 92 Chevy K2500 and a 98 k1500. The interior is exactly the same. Im not sure about the internals. But im 95% sure it will fit.
you have blown a head gasket