Having problems with your 1996 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup ?

I replaced a 1996 S10 engine with a 1998 2.2 engine, with knowledge of the crank position sensor difference. Is there any way I can make it work?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 16-10-2017

Answers :

Hi,
Sorry to hear you're having problems with your s 10.
I will need to know the VIN number from your truck and the part numbers you have - old one that works with the old engine and the new one as well. I can tell you better then.
By and large you have to change the CPS or Crank Position Sensor. Some times of the years are a distance a part you have the change the entire wiring harness. I hope we can prevent that.

Please get back to me if you need more information and send a CC or copy of the Email [ same thing] to my email address - [email protected] -

Thanks

Gary Rice
RICESKI
IF YOU HAVE SAME ENGINE YOU CAN TRY REPROGRAMING USING A TECH SCANNER.BUT IF YOU HAVE 2 DIFFERENT ENGINES CRANKSHAFT SENSOR WIRING DIFFERENT.YOU ARELOOKING AT A HEAD ACHE AND PCM PROBLEMS.ALL WAY BEST TO PUT BACK SAME ENGINE THAT CAME WITH TRUCK.BACK WHEN I WAS A KID IN THE 60S.YOU COULD SWAP OUT ENGINES LEFT AND RIGHT WITH NO PROBLEMS.ENGINE CRANK RIGHT UP NOW IN THE COMPUTER ERA CARS WITH PCM WILL MAKE IT DIFFICULT TO CHANGE ENGINES.PCM DONT KNOW THE ENGINE IT WONT CRANK.
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