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1997 Chevrolet S-10 Consumer Discussions

1997 s-10 truck will periodically not start, almost randomly. It will always crank however. I have noticed that when you turn the key and the dummy lights on the dash go on it starts right up. No li...

As the owner of a 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 or 2001 model year S-10,...

1997-2003 Chevrolet Blazer, Express, S-10...

Just noticed one thing. The recall stops with 1997 vehicles. You'll probably have to pay for it on your '98. I received a letter in February 2003 referred to as a campaign, not a recall. The campaig...

Faulty windshield wipers are again causing General Motors to issue a recall on its vehicles. The company will recall nearly 1.77 million pickup trucks, SUVs and vans in an extension of an earlier reca...

You are correct that the S-10 is indeed offered with 3.73 gears, though it really makes no difference, the 4.3 is ancient in design, and has a terrible power curve. In my experience the S-10 with the...

"NV", I've got to agree with your comments. Prior to purchasing my 2005 Canyon 4x4, I had a 1997 S-10 4x4. Yes, the S-10 had a little more low/mid range grunt, due to the V-6, however once y...

I live, there are hundreds of old S-10's and...

From Wikipedia: "Introduced in 1995, the Series II is quite a different engine (than the Series I). Although the stroke for the 3.8 L engine remained at 3.4 in (86 mm), and the bore remained at?...

I've been hearing reports of S-10s with the 4.3 engine having problems with the EGR valve. Does anybody know what the symptoms are?...

I currently use a 1997 Chevy S-10 4.3L V6 XC to tow a "lite-weight" travel trailer, appx 4500 lbs when loaded. The truck is rated to tow 5500 lbs and does an OK job, but it works very hard ...

HELP!!! I currently own a 1997 Chevy S-10 Ext. Cab. with the 4.3L V6, auto and I use it to tow a "lite-weight" travel trailer (appx. 4500 lbs loaded.) The truck does OK but works very hard...

I say those years because it might be easier to find a low mile vehicle in good shape the newer you go. Mine is an '01 and has almost 130K on it, but I have seen several a lot older than mine with le...

I own a 1997 Chevy s-10 truck. So far Petes it's been a good truck. It's a 4 cylinder 5 speed manual. It rides pretty good for a truck. I pull my 18ft ski boat with pretty good ease, even out of th...

So it has a new body. Do the brakes still have the longest stopping distance of all full-size SUV's? Does the tranny still fail between 60K & 90K? Does the rear end still fail at 75K. These are my...
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