So please read our and when you're ready jump in! It should be located behind the grille in front of the radiator. To be certain, use a diagnostic code reader to find out what computer codes are stored. I have a 2001 Chevy Tahoe. You can remove the sensor for inspection, and check for debris between the sensor and trigger wheel or excessive metal build up on the magnetic pick up. My brother tells me that the Chevy 350 cu.
If it was assembled in July or later it's probably a model year later than listed. I can't really say whether you need a new crate motor or not haven't they heard of rebuilt engines? Count how many times the C1500's check engine light flashes and observe how long the flashes last. If you find one missing let us know and we we'll add it immediately! However, retrieving trouble codes and diagnosing a '93 Chevy truck engine is still easy. Get a diagnostic check done to get the code and determine the problem. What could be throwing a P1345 code and what do I need to check for? There are hundreds of reasons for the check engine light to illuminate.
Place the manual or your print outs in the C1500's navigator seat. I used the starter that came with the engine. If you have the factory specs, you could even check the resistance of the sensor to determine whether it's working correctly or not. For example, trouble code 16 will be relayed with one long flash and six short ones. I just dont have the time to drop it back off at a shop to have it checked.
The light will trigger when the engine is running and the camshaft sensor reference pulse is not detected at a correct relative position with the crankshaft pulse. Since the code refers to the circuit, simply buying and replacing the oxygen sensor won't definitely fix the code. I hope this information is helpful! Chevy trouble codes are two digits. I suspect that you had a minor issue and the extra load on the engine towing caused whatever it is to finally fail. This page should save you some time from submitting a duplicate question and having to wait for a response. Thank you for any assistance you can provide.
Your code is a P0332 Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Low Input Bank 2. My check engine light is staying on. Perhaps you need a third opinion, but I suspect that's not going to be much help either. I have been told that it can be caused by a shift sensor in transmission. Lately, my interior temperature gauge has been showing the outside temperature as being anywhere from around 0 degrees to -10 degrees. If there is a link to a specific diagnosis strategy for the code then follow that and start testing. Missing Entry: Corvette Z06, vin code S 5.
Other things to check normally include the fuel injectors themselves. Wanted to know how many oxygen sensors there are and where they are located. I had the check engine light on for about a year and it caused me to fail inspection. Loss of power and sputtering. I would suggest getting it checked out. Each Year has different break down for each code, a complete list would be a subject of its own. The red wire should have battery voltage with ignition on and engine off.
If any engine light codes return, the truck will need further attention. You can always check your model year by looking in your drivers side door jamb and it will give you model year. I am guessing that one of the ambient air temperature sensors may be bad. Also, if it were the sensor, where would I find it if I wanted to replace it myself and is it an easy job? The fault code that has been set will help the technician to find the problem. Most likely causes for this Chevy check engine light code include a faulty crankshaft position sensor, a wiring concern or an improperly installed distributer.
Thank you for any sugestions. Locate the single wire black connecter, Tan wire with black stripe on the left side of fire wall above heater box, There will be a black cover You will need to remove to see it. Start engine and allow to warm up, Then turn engine off and unplug wire, hook up timing light, Pos. This light usually comes on when the car dies, the oil pressure goes to zero, the water temp goes into the red zone, or the volt gauge goes to high or low. The code definitions are a good starting point when determining the cause of the service engine light but where do you go from there? If they are loose and banging around even if you can't hear it , it could be setting off the engine's knock sensor.
It may be more or less. Is the Check Engine Light still on? This is a very simple system, but it works well, and it is easy to check as long as you have a manual that tells you what the trouble codes mean. You can find them on the Internet; the C1500's manual does not have them. We do not currently address Body, Chassis or Network codes at this time as it would put the scope of our site beyond a manageable size so I won't be able to help with the U1041 or U1064. There are other less likley concerns possible, such as base engine or computer related issues, but these involve more in depth testing. Keep in… There's only 7 wires if I remember correctly.