Chevy S-10 and Colorado Pickup Repair
1997 Chevy S10 Engine Size : 2.2 134L 4 cly. Question: 1997 Chevrolet S-10 LS with 179,000 miles 4 cyl Manual 2 Wheel Drive 1997 Chevrolet S-10 97 S10 engine 2.2 134L remove cylinder head have a bad lifter and Camshaft do I replace the lifter and Camshaft in this motor with a 179000 miles or just rebuild the engine with rebuild kit
1989 Chevrolet S10 Blazer Engine Size : 4.3 Question: The problem with my car started the about 2 days ago, or at least that's when we noticed it. My husband started it and it immediately died. He started it again, gave it a little gas, and it was fine for the rest of the day. Last night it sounded like it was struggling to start, but it did start and i made it to the store.
2005 Chevy Colorado 4x4. Engine Size : 3.5 Question: I've purchased a replacement wiper motor for this truck. The blades do not set properly. They no longer lay down. They now set about 6 inches from the base. No one seems to know how to set the wiper blades properly. Please let me know how to do this.
2002 Chev S-10 4X4. 190 HP Vortec 4300 V6 SFI Eng. Question: The engine light comes on and when I read the code I get P0446. What is that code.
Answer: Code P0446 is a problem in the evaporative emissions system (EVAP) Vent Valve. The valve is either not functioning because it is faulty, there is a wiring problem to the valve
4.3 Vortec 1989 Chevy s-10. Question Here. Give as much detail as possible. : I'm stumped...no brakes, no one can help....hard pedal before starting but when starting pedal goes to floor...replace items master cylinder, power booster. Used proportion valve. Bleed and bleed ...no avail...i guess to a master shop.
Problem with my = 2004 Chevy Colorado. 5 cylinder engine.Tune up, replaced sensors, replaced spark plugs multiple times, replaced plug cores.
Idles rough. Runs fine when accelerating.Cuts off when in reverse or moving slowly forward. No codes, check engine light does not come on.
2004 Chevy Colorado 3.5l engine. Repaired once at my expense, twice under warranty, once more after warranty expired, at my expense. Total of four failures in six years. Looking for a permanent fix to HVAC blower resistor pack burnout. Last two times the connector was also replaced, but since it failed last time, I expect it to fail again with the advent of warm weather and constant blower use for AC.