All the trims had the same 2. I laid my eyes upon the dash and immediately fell in love. Curb weight varied at a range of about 2,500 to 3,000 lbs. Locate and remove the bolt below the dashboard and let down the steering column. Easy to the point in which I mistakenly call it a car at multiple points in the review. No heated seats, no sunroofs, or 20 speaker sounds system.
Quality-Built, a division of Motorcar Parts of America, is an automotive aftermarket brand of professional-quality starters and alternators. The big pieces of plastic with one color screens and would play one game like solitaire or electronic football. It should be engaged in the speedometer's square hold. Power steering makes the truck feel very light, and given the truck has been lowered, I was at eye level with other drivers. I loved them so much. Choose Quality-Built and rest assured in ultimately reliable performance with each turn of the key. This truck had 328,00 miles on it, with the stock powertrain.
Remove the old speedometer cable from your car by first taking off the doghouse and the engine cover. I remember the first time I had ever eaten a mozzarella stick, and the cheese oozed out of it, I fell in love. Replace the clamps that will secure the speedometer cable onto the transmission and in the engine compartment. It has a job and it does it well, without any extra fluff. The transmission was more forgiving than an elastic waistband on thanksgiving night. As for its exterior dimensions, it measured 178 inches in length, 65 inches in width and 61 inches in height with a 108-inch wheelbase.
If your vehicle is equipped with a powerful aftermarket audio system, your stock alternator will be underpowered and overburdened at times by trying to supply power to both electronics and your engine. The 1988 Chevrolet S-10 was one of the model-year entries of the compact pickup truck's first generation of production, which lasted from 1982 to 1993. Doing so will allow you to get to the back of your speedometer. The fault is that there are no trucks these days being made like this S10 was made. Just honest work horses made to do their job. With standard seating for as many as three people, the 1988 Chevy S-10 had headroom measured at around 39 inches, legroom at around 43 inches and hip room at around 51 inches.
The nut is attached to the rear of the transfer case. If it is, replace the doghouse. The other trims got the four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. If you're stilling having problems, take the car to your mechanic. Get rid of the clamp securing the speedometer cable located in the engine compartment and the clamp holding the cable in place found on the transmission.
The tachometer almost became a game, begging you to set a new high score. Installing a Powermaster High-Performance Alternator on a modified engine will provide the extra electrical power needed, starting from idle all the way to the redline. After closing the door several times to finally latch it, I was transported back in time to when cars were better. My thoughts on the 1988 Chevy S10 with the 2. Tighten the drive shaft nut again. Stacked on top of that, pickup trucks were at their best. Pull the speedometer cable through the firewall to the rear of the speedometer.
Drive your car slowly to be sure your speedometer is working properly. . The gauges of the S10 are like a plate of mozzarella sticks. The turning diameter was 39 feet. Driving an S10 is so easy. Almost no throttle was needed to get the truck going.
Replace the Speedometer Cable Place the square end of the new speedometer cable into the adapter and secure the drive shaft nut. I was surprised the fuel was measured in gallons, rather than points. . . . . .