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Chevrolet S-10, GMC S-15, GMC Sonoma, Transmission, Truck
#21 of 324 1998 S10 Manual Transmission
Aug 15, 2006 (10:04 pm)
I have a 1998 Chevy S10 with manual transmission and it started leaking around the front seal yesterday and has increased as of this evening and now I have started leaking Oil. It appears the oil is around the Rear of the engine.
I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions.
Friend said it sounds like Front Tranny seal and rear main seal on the engine.
Any suggestions or help greatly appreciated.
Sep 11, 2006 (4:36 pm)
I have a 1995 S10 with the 4x4 shifter on the floor. The shifter was stuck in 4 low, as the linkage broke while shifting back out of 4 low. I removed the console and found that there is a part, about an inch long and 3/4 of an inch wide that screws onto a rod that goes forward to the front of the console and out to the transfer case, I am assuming? This part, which has a plastic insert pressed into it, is what is broken. Can anyone please help me locate a name for it? THANKS in advance!!
Sep 20, 2006 (1:44 pm)
My 95 S10 manual tran. will go in gear but will not go. It acts as if it is in neutral. Any idea what is wrong?
#24 of 324 Re: transmission [johncantrell]
Oct 13, 2006 (12:17 pm)
Is it 2wd or 4wd?
#25 of 324 Chevy s10 transmission noise
Oct 26, 2006 (11:33 am)
I have a 1995 s10 2wd pickup. Sometimes when I depress the clutch it whines a bit but not always. What could be the problem?
#26 of 324 Re: Chevy s10 transmission noise [msand]
Oct 27, 2006 (9:29 am)
My S-10 is automatic so I'm not that familiar with the particulars. In general though, if you have a throw-out bearing that's on its way out, it will act up it's worse when you press in the clutch. How many miles on the truck or since you last replaced the clutch? If your S-10 has a slave cylinder you might check it's fluid reservoir to make sure it isn't low. If its not the hydraulic type and has the mechanical type linkage you might check the adjustment. Sometimes they get just enough slop in them to set up a vibration our resonance that is irritating.
Oct 27, 2006 (1:17 pm)
I got in my truck yesterday and the clutch pedal went all the way down to the floor. It had been getting closer and closer for about a week. Now it goes all the way to the floor, truck will start, but I can't get it to shift into any gears. Is it my clutch?
#28 of 324 Re: 98 Sonoma [zippofrog]
Oct 27, 2006 (6:40 pm)
The question is more like what part of the clutch. Does it have a slave cylinder that's leaking or dry on fluid? Does it have adjustments to it? You are correct in that if the clutch can't disengage, shifting is next to impossible while the engine is running.
#29 of 324 Re: 98 Sonoma [hoodlatch]
Oct 28, 2006 (11:53 am)
Thanks for the reply. It has a slave cylinder, if that is like a brake cylinder, the fluid level is fine and there are no leaks.
#30 of 324 Re: 98 Sonoma [zippofrog]
Oct 29, 2006 (5:00 am)
When you say that your clutch goes all the way down to the floor, do you mean be for it disengages? It would be upsetting if a person stood on the clutch and the pedal wouldn't go to the floor. On a non-hydraulic clutch, most common is slipping. On hydraulic driven clutch as yours, the problem sounds like the clutch won't disengage. If the hydraulics aren't leaking externally perhaps its master cylinder is leaking internally. On brake master cylinders which are similar, sometimes wear and age on the piston seals will leak by causing the brakes to feel spongy with out external leaks.