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#1167 of 2018 Re: S10 BAD oil leak [lhidalgo]
Oct 07, 2005 (6:21 am)
do you have an oil cooler. get a kit to rebuild adapter plate. all you need is an oil ring.
#1168 of 2018 Re: 95 Chevy s10 fuel pump fixed / more probs [cleto]
Oct 07, 2005 (2:09 pm)
Found this out...
I took it and got it diagnosed, and they told me that there wasnt enough pressure coming from the fuel tank... They checked before fuel filter, so its from the fuel filter back, any ideas what could cause this? When we dropped the gas tank, there was this hardend sealant that we had to chip off, the new fuel pumps o ring was too big so we used old one, basically what I'm asking is, could this seal be causing the problem, or would it just have the gas vapors escaping?
#1169 of 2018 Radiator Drain Location
Oct 10, 2005 (8:01 am)
Where is the radiator drain on a 2002 ZR2? Driver or passenger side?
#1170 of 2018 Re: Radiator Drain Location [chevy02]
Oct 10, 2005 (8:19 am)
Should be driver side, back side of radiator.
#1171 of 2018 Re: 95 Chevy s10 fuel pump fixed / more probs [cleto]
Oct 10, 2005 (8:31 am)
You are right that would just cause vapor leakage only. I would check the electrical connector at the tank for corroded or burnt pins before I install another pump. If you find a problem with the connector GM has a repair connector for that reason.
#1172 of 2018 Re: No Rear Turn Signal [thebigal]
Jun 27, 2008 (3:16 pm)
Okay - I feel like a moron but maybe my experience will help others not be so dumb. I fixed my problem. It was a 2 minute fix as long as you look for the right thing. It turns out it was a blown fuse in the fuse relay center under the hood. But did bother to check that before diving in with a test light and crawling under my truck and caking my self in dried mud and dirt while fiddling with the wiring? NO!!! At least I checked the fuses under the dash first, but finding no blown fuses under the dash I proceeded to crawl under the rear of my truck which consequently the wire housing and connectors are covered in dried mud which flake off and rain down upon me everytime I touch them.
I had wired in a trailer connector a couple of years previously and so that is where I thought my problem might lay so I disconnected the harness and put all the factory wiring connectors back in and tried that but to no avail. Then I tried test lighting everything to figure out which wires ran where (I did have a Chilton in the house but didn't bother to consult it until after I had no luck with the test light). It was after consulting the ever reliable Chilton and crawling back under the truck to trace the wires back to the front of the truck (I was looking for any connectors that may have a wire that broke loose or came undone. I figured it was a long shot that a wire had frayed since they are all wound up together in electrical tape and encased inside plastic wire protectors, that I figured the only place for a wire to go bad was where it connected to other wires ).
Any way, I traced the bunch of wires up to the front of the truck and then I realized after seeing where the wire bunch was heading what I had forgotten to do... DOH!! I crawled out front under my truck, and pulled the cover off the fuse relay center and viola! There is is labels plain as day a fuse for RT TRN SGNL. A 10 amp fuse that when I pulled it out had blown. Lucky for me I had a spare 10 amp fuse and 10 seconds later I plugged it in and WOW. My turn signal, brake light and hazard light all worked!!! I felt (and still feel like a moron), but at least I didnt take it into the shop for them to charge me an hours worth of labor to change the fuse!
#1173 of 2018 spark jumping through wires
Oct 10, 2005 (2:37 pm)
I still have spark jumping through my wires. I have a 95 s-10 2.2 I have used the oem wires, aftermarket racing wires, changed the ing. module, both ing. coils, plugs, checked all the grounds, and everything is ok. Any thing else i can try????
#1174 of 2018 Thanks for the hand
Oct 10, 2005 (4:21 pm)
I thought it would be easy once I get the door opened but everything on the truck is flimsy as #% I thought I should check before I get too far
Oct 10, 2005 (5:18 pm)
jus wondering if a 02 envoy front bumper would fit my 00' s 10 without problems. even if it takes alittle customizing its cool.
#1176 of 2018 Re: Cold blooded s10 [drexeljohn]
Oct 10, 2005 (7:41 pm)
Have the coolant temp sensor and manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor verified with a scan tool.