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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
under the radiator on the passenger side of the truck. There is a little splash guard you will need to remove to see it, The guard is held in with 4 15mm headed bolts, then you will be able to see the bottom of the air pump.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
Hi. I'm reading your request.
Your S10 . has a small fuse box Next to the battery.
1 - air solenoid 10 amp.
1 - air fuse 30 amp.
1 - Mini relay (air relay)
On under hood main fuse block you have.
1 - fuse Engine E 10 amp.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
P0410 Secondary Air Injection System
"Secondary Air" is an abbreviated term for the "Secondary Air Injection System". This system uses a separate air pump and a series of metal and rubber tubes to force outside air into the exhaust stream and help the catalytic converter burn away excessive emissions.
Possible causes and fixes are:
#1 Poor connection, rubbed-through wire insulation or a broken wire inside the insulation.
#2 Inspect harness connectors for backed-out terminals, improper mating, broken locks, improperly formed or damaged terminals, poor terminal-to-wire connection, and damaged harness.
#3 Check for worn or loose AIR pump drive belt.
#4 Check for pinched, kinked or restricted AIR pipes, hoses or fittings.
Problems with this system can stem from electrical circuits, solenoids, or switches that control the pump and valves. Other problems include sticking valves, loose, rusted, or poorly connected lines, a broken drive belt, or possibly a bad pump.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
The most common cause is either a bad air pump (under your battery tray) and/or a bad SAS check valve which is connected in to your exhaust next to the firewall in the engine compartment. It could also be a bad relay for the motor. Less common, but possible, other bad components are the vacuum solenoid that controls the SAS valve, which is located by the radiator or a broken/leaking vacuum line to or from the solenoid.
You can test the motor by jumping the relay or applying 12v straight to it. If the motor runs it most likely is not the problem. If not, it's likely that there is water in it and you should replace both the motor and SAS valve. The SAS valve is a pain to get unbolted, at least on turbo cars. You can check the solenoid by just making sure there is vacuum going to the SAS valve a few seconds after starting up the car cold, and checking the lines for any obvious wear in the rubber elbows or breaks in the plastic line.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
could be alot,the air pump could not be working,the air diaphram could be leaking internally,the check valve could be bad,the vac hoses could be leaking,,,could be alot,take it to dealer
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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