Question about 1987 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check power on large yellow wire from ignition swith while turning key to start possition,this is the wire that powers the solenoid to starter.also may try tapping on starter with hammer while someone is trying to start.If starts while performing tap method you will need a starter. If no power to yellow wire at ign switch while starting will need electrical part of ignition.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: Power Train - Automatic 2001 S10
Normally, you will need to check the trans fluid level first. once you have verified proper fluid level, you will need to check all linkages that connect the shift changer to the actual transmission. make sure the linkages are sound and, adjusted correctly. once that is done and, no abnormal issue were noticed, move on to the DTC.
Ok, Your vehicle is past the OBDI stage so, you will need a scan tool or, diagnstic tool for pulling the codes in this case. this veihicle is on OBDII status. Some shops will scan your codes for free. Autozone is one place that will give you the code number for free.
The most common issue here will be fualty control solenoid(shift). This will require you to drop the transmission pan to access and test. the solenoid is attahced to the valve body inside the pan. this is the most common proplem spot. have this solenoid replaced if all the above check points are ok.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
It sounds as though either the throw out bearing or pressure plate are bad. The grinding makes me want to lean towards the pressure plate.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
SOURCE: 1985 Chevrolet S10 stays in
Your tranny may be gummed up. There are ball bearings inside it that move to cover different holes. One or more is probably stuck. Try some trans sealer and conditioner or a flush, just follow the directions on the label. They are about $6 to $20 at parts stores.
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
You will have to remove the transfer case &
disassemble it, to make repairs
Drivetrain.Com -- seems like a good site
for transfer info
There should be a local wholesale trans
supply house near you for parts
This is just a facebook type site,we are at home
Do not have or sell anything
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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