Question about 1987 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
Hi, if the gearbox is a manual shift then the chances are that the clutch has gone or even the thrust bearing operating the clutch could have collapsed causing the problem your having.
If your gear box is an auto box then this would more than certanly mean that the gear box needs replacing as they are to expensive to repair your cheapest option would be to exchange yours for a reconditioned box.
Let me know what type of box you have then i can assist you further as it could be that the master or slave cylinder has gone on the clutch pedal if your gear box is manual type so let me know then i can assist you further ok
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