Chevy S10 Cam Position Sensor - Chevrolet-S10 Pickup
Chevy S10 Cam Position Sensor I have a 98 Chevy S10 pickup with 4 cylinder & 5 speed trans. While driving truck bucked or miss fired & the Service engine light came on. The truck seems to still run normally. Hooked a computer code reader to truck & the code that comes up is for the Cam position Sensor. Can anyone tell me where the Cam position sensor is located & how much of a project is it to replace it.
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|i have a chevy s-10 2000 about a year ago i was having trouble starting my truck and one day it wouldnt start at all. it had a start but it wouldnt stay on took it to the shop and they changed the crank censor and got it started, now im in the same spot i realy dont know where that sensor is located at, could i get some advice of what other things i could look for! and a pic where the crank sensor is at please! |
|does anyone know where the camshaft position sensor is located at on a 1996 chevrolet s10 2.2L|
|My truck will run great then about every 6 monthes it wont start at all .Code comes up cam positioning sensor .Where is it located on the 4.3 vortec 6 cyln?|
|Where is this part located on a 1998 S10 4.3 Liter V6?|
Also Can someone post a picture of it.
|I have a 1998 chevy s10 and it starts to putter when i take off a or when i step on it but its like there is a misfire but i just had a tune up like a month ago and it started doing it the other day could someone tell me what it could be please |
|By the way it is a 2.2 four cylinder |
|Done with the replacement buddy? You can check out some tutorials on the internet. The camshaft position sensor is easy to fix but you need to know the proper procedures.|
|The cam sensor on the 4.3 litre V6 is in the distributor. It has a noticable wire connection extending from the base of the distributor, to access - remove dis cap, align slot on distributor with sensor.|
|Poor performance, no codes, hesitation, hard starting to the point of requiring starting fluid could be many things. Start with the cheapest/simplist end with take to shop: remove air filter, clean Mass Air Flow Sensor, replace fuel filter (on frame in some applications), plugs, wires, coil, distributor with cam sensor, crank sensor, cataltic converter. If not, then take to shop; fuel pump test, ECM, other. |
|i changed a motor out of a july 96 blazer to a november 96 blazer uses the july computer broke the distrubutor cap replaced it all it will do is crank wont start but backfires can some one tell me what is wrong or is it the computer cause i didnt get one with the nov, blazer thanks for any help|
|my 2001 xtreme w/4.3 vortec is hard 2 start and everyone is saying cam sensor. online it says that the sensor is located in the dist......didnt no it had one...anyone have any advice?|
|guys, my niehgbor ckecked and seen i had a vacuum line that was old and split in half. now truck runs great!!!! check 4 vacuum leaks everybody!! it can make or break ur vehicle|
|Where are the crankshaft and camshaft position sensors located on a 2002 S10 4.3 L v6 with an automatic trans?|
|last summer on my sons s-10 it was hard to start every morning i assumed fuel pump replaced it the distributor/then fuel filter/just all kinds of things pulled out the crank sensor checked out good fall came ran good again well here we are 100 degrese out side had to start it with either this morng just one little shot i do not beleive it is a fireing problem maybe the fuel pressure bleeds down or something|
|I have a 98 S-10 2.2 and it doesn't like to start in the mornings mostly. Usually when it's damp out and when it's cold and damp it's worse. It cranks pretty good, but acts like it's out of gas, but it's not the gas, and using starting fluid does not work. I have changed the coil pack, the fuel pump, tuned it up, and the starter. It does always start, but I have to let it sit a minute and then try it and sometime I wait up to 5 minutes in between trying and this routine has taken up to 30 minutes. Any idea? Other than something electrical that is getting moisture in it, I'm pretty much out of ideas. Once running, it runs like a champ.|
|The cam sensor is inside the distributor on the 4.3 V6. There is a four wire connector for this.|
The crank sensor is on the passenger side of the timing cover. Held in by one bolt. You can see it easier from underneath the truck.
the 2.2 I4 does not use a distributor. It has two coil packs and the PCM controls the timing.
|Hey everyone, I just wanted to add that a lot of the sounds of your problems can also be tied to the Fuel Injection System. On the Vortecs, it uses a SCPI system that is a very high failure rate. Most part stores will carry a conversion kit to MFI for about 300, and is well worth it. It will start with hard starts, no starts, misfires, or running rich/lean. There really isn't a way to test this unfortunately, but after you test everything else, this is where I'd recommend looking. You have to pull the intake plenum off to get at it, and it's commonly called the Spider Valve, based on how it looks.|
|i have a 1998 chevy s-10, 2.2 litre, the other day i was driving and it felt like it was misfiring, brought it to auto zone code came up general misfire, now the truck will not start, i have fuel and spark but still will not start, changed the crank sensor but still will not start can anyone help me out|
|where is the crankshaft position sensor located on chev s-10 sport truck 2.2 liter 4 cylinder automatic trans|
|I have a 96 chevy s10 with a 4.3 liter v-6. I have replaced the plugs, cap and rotor, fuel filter, and the battery, I can hear the pump kick on, but it does not like to start. If I jump it from another vehicle it fires right up?? I am at a loss! I noticed many people talking about a sensor, but not sure that this could be the problem. Does anyone know of a website with illustrations of chevy motors?|
|I have a 95 s10 2.2. 5speed .. it sputters untilled it catches speed sometimes when I shift gears any advice|
|Where are crankshaft position sensor circuit malfunction locatedon on a 1996 s10 4.3liter v6|
I have a 2000 s10 blazer, sometimes it will not start. takes about 10 to 15 tries then starts and runs ok. then a day or two later it does it again like it's out of gas but it's not. please help!!!
new jersey, in the sticks
|"chevy s10 2003"|
i am stuck!!!!!!!!!!!! i tried to remove a crank sensor and it broke. so now im stuck trying to pull it out with needle nose pliers! its annoying and my hands hurt and are bleeding from getting so many scratches. please help me! thanks,
|"S-10 dies while idling "|
1999 2.2L motor dies from time to time after warms up while ideling what would make this happen .
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