That would be the 4L60E transmission.
I have a 1996 305, Vortec with that number on it.
Number one is the front cylinder on the driver side.
is this a vortec engine 4.3 liter casting number on Block 10066061 - 4.3lg
v6 vortec fires 1-6-5-4-3-2 with number 6 5 4 3 2 1 as you're standing in front of the truck looking in the engine
I have a 95 blazer with a v6 vortec and there are 2 sensor on mine. 1 before the catalitic converter and 1 after it. Both are the same part number. They are easy to replace yourself but anywhere from $46.00 to $79.00 depinding on where you get them from. Good luck.
last cylinder on the passenger side
The Chevy Blazer with a 4.3l engine has a firing order of 1-6-5-4-3-2. The number one cylinder is on the driver side closest to the front of the Blazer.
Drivers side front
165432 is firing order I believe the #1 is the lower right if you looking from front of truck
look at the vin# and it will be the 8th digit hope this helps and should be a letter not a number. on my 98' it is a R.
The engine number (the last eight numbers of the vehicle identification number) is stamped on the engine block, transmission and frame.
on the exhaust manifold side towards the rear of the engine where it mounst to the transmission
That would be the 3ed spark plug from the front on the drivers side head.
Engine serial number is on the rear of the engine top left side. Illustration appears to be on the flange that bolts to the transmission.
standing facing engine first one on left
It will be the last spark plug on the rear of the passenger side of the engine.
The engine number is the last 8 digits of the VIN(vehicle identification number) and is stamped on the engine block, transmission, frame and transfer case (if equipped).
It indicates that its a 5-speed transmission.
Any transmission that is bolted to the same engine number. My subaru has an ea82 engine so any transmission that is bolted to an ea82 engine will fit. It has to be the same as far as automatic replacing automatic. Manual replacing manual.
Each year, engine, and transmission combination will have a different part number.
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.
There are some website out there. That just by you providing your VIN number it can tell you what engine or transmission you have on your vehicle. As soon as I find it, I will post for you.