This should get you going in the right direction. The bottom plug drains all oil. Back one off some, then the other. On a 2wd V8 automatic it is much simpler of a process. I have never personally heard of wiring diagrams for this, at least not for aftermarket wiring. Compare to Spec's and slightly rotate distribute, clock wise or counter clock wise until Timing Spec reading is obtained.
You will need a timing light. Look in dirver's … door - no relays, just wiring 4. Some vehicles that old don't have relays - beginning to suspect Been all up under driver's side dash and can't find it. Answer The flasher is an electronic device incorporate with the hazard warning switch. Don't completely remove any one bolt. Or Get a Service manual for your truck. If you are wiring the trailor - the new wiring harness should be color coded as well as labeled if new for each light.
Unscrew that nut and remove those wires. If one side still flashes, turn on that sides signals and track down the clicking sound. So I must have shorted it out. The relay switch for your turn signals is located behind your hazard light flashers. Then ground each off your gound wires to the engine or any metal connected to engine. Use a ratchet and a socket to remove these.
Find the timing tab with the degrees marked on it. Trace the wires if attached still and attach each wire as necessary to it's appropriate light. For safer or pleasant travel, frequent vehicle check-up is required. It could also be that the starter wires are cross-connected. Includes both gas and diesel engines.
It is refered to as a timer. Have you checked the neutral lockout switch? Pull the plug, put your finger in the hole and see if there is any oil below the level of the plug hole. Remember to d … isconnect your battery first to prevent any shorts. Wiring diagrams are black and white, but they frequently have color codes printed on each line of the diagram that represents a wire. Posted on Nov 26, 2009 I assumed full size truck? Find the single brown wire and connector to disconnect the computer control of the distributor. If you are wiring the trailor - the new wiring harness should be color coded as well as labeled if new for each light. Install the replacement relay, correct orientation is determined by the screw hole pattern, and reconnect cable ends.
It took me two hours to do this, and i didnt know what i was doing. Turn off Motor, Carefully retighten the Dist. Sometimes those third party diagrams are incorrect anyway. Any help on this would be much apprieciated. Peel the carpet back on the passenger side, You may see brown wire and connector there.
Check the side of the transmission. The distributor is no longer under the control of the Truck's computer. Reconnect battery cables, positive first. A bad ground connection will cause breaker to activate and headlights go off. Warm up the truck, turn it off and connect a timing light to Spark Plug wire number one. Buy now for the best electrical information available.
If you can't feel any oil with your finger add more. Written for Chevrolet dealership mechanics, this factory-published original wiring diagram shows you how to follow the wiring from bumper-to-bumper. Your four way flasher looks the same but it is a differen … t circuit. When it comes to selecting a reliable source for your electrical system's wiring harness, trust 4-Seasons. If you don't know what a fusible link is, it's a fuse that looks like a wire. I find since I removed one out of both this evening. The starter relay is integrated into the starter.
It it also a good idea to run another ground from your trany bell housing to the f … rame of your truck. This manual covers all 1989 Chevy C and K Pickup Truck models, including half ton, three-quarter ton, one ton, 1500, 2500, 3500, extended cab, dually, two wheel drive and four wheel drive. Restart the truck and shine the light on the timing tab. On my 1988 Silverado the junction block is under a long plastic cover on the passenger side at the top of the firewall. You simply need to follow the wires on the truck if doing the plug here and run the wiring to these as needed per light. If so what, engine did your truck originally come with and I'll see if I can come up with the correct one. Replacing defective automotive components can help you bring back drive comfort and general vehicle capabilities, save petrol, or avoid sudden automotive or component failure.