It all depends on what year the truck is. If it is the older version with the round distributer cap, you need a timing light. Connect the timing light to the number 1 cylinder, which is the front one on the drivers side. next you have to put the computer in base timing mode. To do this you need to locate the timing connector, which is usually located
in the passenger side under the carpet ,below the hvac unit. Unplug the connector and start the engine, then shine the timing light on the timing marks and loosen the distributor and turn it unill the marks line up .Then tighten the distributor, and reconnect the connector. If it has the flat cap , the timing is set with a scanner .
The sensor is down on the front of the oil pan just behind the crankshaft pully, which is located at the front of the engine.
There are two sets of oxygen sensors on late model GM trucks. There are dual catalytic converters, one on each pipe coming off of the engine. In front of the catalytic converters are the first set of oxygen sensors. These sensors check the exhaust gases to see how the engine is performing. Based on the gases, the sensors send a signal to the computer telling whether to richen or lean out the air/fuel mixture. This insures optimal performance and fuel mileage. After the converters is another set of oxygen sensors. These sensors check the exhaust gases for cleanliness after having passed through the converters. These sensors don't directly affect engine function, instead they measure how well the converters are working. If a converter is no longer working properly or is clogged, they will lean out the engine so it will continue to function for a while, causing the 'check engine' light to come on. This is probably too much information, but I just wanted to be helpful. -Neal C.-
This happened to me today on a major highway. The Ford garage told me it is a transmission problem. Check transmission problem solutions here in this blog. Solenoids, etc. It means your transmission is slipping, that happens in a lot of mercury mystiques. not all true there is a throttle position sensor or T.P.S. on your throttlebody try that its way cheaper than transmission
Between the engine and the trans. You will have to pull the trans to get to it.
It was a GMC pickup made in 1991 only. It is a very rare turbocharged all wheel drive truck based on the Chevy S-10. They had 280 horse power and could click off the quarter mile in 14.1 seconds.
? But u can push start it,it work for me
Don`t Know The Miles; But As Soon As You Can Get Fuel. If You Run With Low Fuel That Is Not Enough To Keep The Fuel Pump Cool ( in is in the gas tank & cooled by the gasoline that covers it) it can get too hot and go out. Costing Very Much To Replace. Hope This Helps
Answer: on mine if it is sitting dead on E you have about a mile and a half and you stop.
Depending on the type of stereo is in the truck, I have a AM FM Stereo, CD, Tape system. At the lower left hand corner of the unit there is two little buttons one labled with an H the other with an M. Pressing either one of them for more than 5 seconds will start the time adjust sequence.
It's located right on the evaporator
I assume you wish to reset your ECU (computer). It really depends on the year. On my 97 626: Remove negative battery cable, depress brakes for 10-15 seconds(to ensure power is completely depleted). Reconnect Battery. This will reset your computer. you may need to put a code into a factory installed radio (to make the radio work again). Please note: Your ECU needs to "re-learn" how to run your engine, your car may run rough for awhile as the ECU "learns" how to operate your engine. It may take 40 miles or so, its a good idea to do both city and highway driving to make sure the ECU sets itself properly.
A William Sonoma outlet can be found by going online to the official William Sonoma website. You can also contact an agent that will be happy to give you the address.
After opening the hood, look down the right side of the radiator. (the side with the radiator cap) The drain plug is at the bottom facing the rear of the vehicle. No need to remove it, only loosen.
It is my understanding that the bell housing bolt pattern is not the same between the 4.3 and the 2.8.
sorry but you have to replace the whole blinker part, be prepared to spend a little time. good news you want have to remove the steering wheel.