You can get the same pipe through Walker Exhaust. Walker states there is no available part number for the 1993 Suburban, but if you look under 1993 Full Size Blazer, it shows the y pipe number, 40295. The converter, is the same number in both vehicles, 15840. Hope this helps you.
if y=1/4x and x=,find y
All you have to do is add a "Y" pipe or Call a plumber
The problem is If y³−3y+4x=0, find y′ by implicit differentiation
solve the x and you find the y
To find x as a percentage of y, calculate 100*x/y.
Either before or after y pipe, or both, depends.
It is part of the y pipe and must be cut out to remove without taking the y pipe
the O2 (oxygen) sensor on a 93 gmc is in the left down pipe of the exaust Y pipe
The only one I can think of is the exhaust Y-pipe may not fit from the 305 to the 350.
It will should be located on the Y pipe of your exhaust between the engine and the catalytic converter.Just unplug the wire harness and then unscrew the sensor and then install new one.
look on the Y pipe on the exhaust right under the manifold
It appears that the 1993 Isuzu 3.2L V6 engine has just one oxygen sensor. It's a 4-wire type, located at the exhaust Y-pipe outlet. == ==
There is a product called helicoil that is used to replace worn threads in metal. You will probably find it at an auto parts store. A muffler shop can replace the nut the O2 sensor screws into. A friend of mine has a shop and does it regularly.
It should be threaded into, either the exhaust manifold, or the exhaust downpipe between the catalytic converter and the exhaust manifolds. If it's between the y-pipe and the catalytic converter, there will only be one. If it's between the y-pipe and the manifolds, there will be two, one on each pipe. You may have to look from underneath the vehicle to find and access it.
take the 6 nuts off each exhaust pipe (3 on each side) called exhaust y-pipe..(pain in the ass)!! lol... and u should get access to get it out..its the way they are designed...
A y pipe simply merges the two exhaust flows into a single tailpipe. The H refers to a piece of pipe installed between the two and before the y to equalize the flow in the two before they become one. No real horsepower gain to be made there.
Yes on the exhaust manifolds but the cat should either be welded or bolted on after your Y pipe then goes to your cat!