Last post on Nov 15, 2011 at 3:42 AM
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Chevrolet S-10, GMC S-15, Truck
#389 of 398 Re: 1990 Blazer using oil [chityshevy]
Aug 19, 2010 (8:10 pm)
#390 of 398 1989 S-10 Blazer 4x4 Universal Joint Question
Nov 30, 2010 (3:15 pm)
Can someone tell me what I have for the front shaft: is it the "press on slip yoke seal" or is it the "screw on slip yoke seal?"
The rear shaft appears to be only "2 joint shaft."
This is all off of Autozone web site.
I have not pulled driveshaft yet, want to have the new U joints handy before doing so.
#391 of 398 Re: 1989 S-10 Blazer 4x4 Universal Joint Question [gabhanjacisa]
Dec 02, 2010 (9:09 am)
The auto parts store will know what you need.
#392 of 398 Re: 1989 S-10 Blazer 4x4 Universal Joint Question [gonogo]
Dec 03, 2010 (4:55 am)
No, they are the ones who pointed it out to me and asked me which one I needed.
#393 of 398 Re: 1989 S-10 Blazer 4x4 Universal Joint Question [gabhanjacisa]
Dec 03, 2010 (9:14 am)
Your going to have to crawl under and look. Not too bad on a 4X4.
Dec 26, 2010 (4:05 pm)
The GMC motorhome was produced by the GMC Truck & Coach Division of General Motors for the 1973 through 1978 model years in Pontiac, Michigan, USA. It was the only complete motorhome built by a major auto/truck manufacturer producing what GMC hoped would be their halo vehicle. Part of the reason this vehicle is so different from other motor homes of the era is that it was not conceived as just a "camper," but as a vehicle for comfortable travel as well. The design was radical for the day with front-wheel drive and a low profile, fully integrated body. At the time (as now), motorhomes were built by recreational vehicle manufacturers on bare frames and drivetrains supplied by a chassis manufacturer. GMC built the bodies and in most cases the interiors in-house, and designed the chassis and drivetrain to create a motorhome enclosure that could be adapted to a range of purposes. Empty shells were supplied to other RV manufacturers for upfitting the interiors and also to specialty manufacturers for a range of custom purposes ranging from mail delivery and mobile training facilities to people movers and ambulances
Nov 09, 2011 (5:28 pm)
I have a 98 chevy s10 with 237,000 on it. In the mornings when its cool out it starts right up. When is warm out it cranks for 4 to 5 sec and then start but starts rough. If I shut it off and start it back up right away it starts fine. If I wait 15 minutes or so it starts rough.
So far I have replaced the fuel pump and the fuel regulator.
#396 of 398 Re: Start when warm [theliebls1]
Nov 11, 2011 (7:27 am)
OK, BIG QUESTION, 4 CYLINDER OR V6. I HAD SAME PROBLEM WITH V6 AND ITS A 100.00 DOLLAR FIX AT CHEVROLET DEALER.... ITS A ELECTRONIC CONTROL SWITCH THATS CONTROLS GAS FEED TO ENGINE......
#397 of 398 S-10 Door handle broke
Nov 14, 2011 (9:42 am)
The door handle, black plastic, is starting to come off the door of my 2000 chevy S-10. Excuse my ignorance but can soomeone tell me how to put it back? Thx.
#398 of 398 Re: Start when warm [tarnoldy]
Nov 15, 2011 (3:42 am)
it's a 4 cyl (2.2)