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1998 Chevy S10 2.2 Automatic Transmission

1998 Chevy S10 2.2 Automatic Transmission

The first owner of this 1998 Chevrolet S10 2.2 automatic transmission purchased the vehicle on 02/07/97 and it has since been owned by two people. The first owner kept the vehicle in Pennsylvania until 10/23/03, and the second and third owners have both owned it since 09/08/08. The S10 2.2 manual is a five-speed manual and it has been redesigned to be more reliable than the manual model.

The Chevrolet S-10 was a compact pickup truck that was produced from 1982 to 2004. The S-10 used various transmissions during its production. From 1994 to 2004, the S-10 2.2 utilized a five-speed manual transmission and three manual transmissions. The transmissions used in the S-10 range were L60-E four-speed electronically controlled automatics and were cast aluminum. They were designed to serve trucks up to eight thousand pounds.

The S-10 was the first Chevrolet to use an automatic transmission, and it was available from 1982 to 2004. The engine is a 2.2-liter V-4 Ecotec that makes 135 horsepower at 5,200 rpm and 142 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 rpm. The S-10 was available with both manual and automatic transmissions, and both manuals had automatic shift indicators.

The S-10 is designed for heavy workloads, and it is built to take it. That means the transmission can wear out, and that's why the best way to fix it is to buy parts at AutoZone. You can also choose from among the many popular brands at a low price. The company's website is easy to navigate and offers home delivery every day. The online store delivers the right products at the best prices and it even has a free shipping service.

The S-10 was a compact pickup truck produced from 1982 to 2004. It used various transmissions including a manual transmission and an automatic one. The S-10 used an L60-E four-speed electronic-controlled (E) automatic transmission from 1982 to 2004. The E60-E was designed for cars up to eight thousand lbs. Its dimensions were 21.9 inches. In 1998, the S-10 2.2 used a five-speed manual and three-speed automatic.

The S10 was built to handle a heavy workload. This means it is built for long hours of driving and heavy lifting. However, a heavy workload can also result in problems with the automatic transmission. A slipping gear can mean a malfunctioning automatic transmission. If you suspect a problem with the automatic transmission, look for parts at AutoZone. These parts are affordable and available at an affordable price.

The S-Series was redesigned in 1994 and grew more car-like. The S-10 ranked higher than Ford's similarly-sized Ranger in terms of refinement, and ride and handling. The S-10 is the perfect midsize pickup. With its long manual-transmission gearshift lever, this vehicle offers a comfortable driving experience. The S-Series was discontinued in North America in 2004. In Brazil, it was replaced by the S-10 Xtreme.

1998 Chevy S10 2.2 Automatic Transmission