Is a Chevy S10 a 4-cylinder?
The Iron Duke 4-cylinder and 2.8 L 60° V6 engines were retired, the 4.3 L Vortec V6 was enhanced, and a new 2.2 L 4-cylinder engine (which had been introduced in 1990 on various front-wheel drive GM compact and mid-size platforms) became the engines of choice to power the second generation of S-10s.
Where does the Chevrolet S-10 Blazer come from?
The Brazilian variant, based on the second-generation S-series, continues in production in Brazil with their own sheetmetal stampings as well as in Canada with the Brazilian, Indonesian and Russian sheetmetal stampings).
What kind of car is 1992 Chevy S10?
Consumer Ratings Rank Vehicles HP #2 1993 GMC 3500 Regular Cab 210 #3 1992 GMC Sonoma Regular Cab 160 #4 1994 Toyota T100 Regular Cab 150 #12 1992 Chevrolet S10 Regular Cab 105
What’s the difference between a 1992 and 1992 Chevy Blazer?
1992 models were similar to 1991s – the only way to tell the difference is the rear back glass (the rear glass does not have any trim to which two black buttons serve as the back glass strut mounting points) and front grille (chrome shell with argent silver inserts).
When did the Chevy Blazer come out in the US?
GMC S-15 Jimmy 2-door Chevrolet introduced the S-10 Blazer in 1982 along with its rebadged variant, the GMC S-15 Jimmy, and S-10 pickup truck, the latter replacing the Isuzu -based Chevrolet LUV. The Blazer and Jimmy appeared as 1983 models.
What to look for in a Chevrolet S10?
When it comes to your Chevrolet S10, you want parts and products from only trusted brands. Here at Advance Auto Parts, we work with only top reliable Remanufactured Engine product and part brands so you can shop with complete confidence.
How does a Chevrolet S10 engine get remanufactured?
Use the fitment form at the top of the page to select your exact year and engine type for your Chevrolet S10. Remanufactured Engines are completely disassembled & put through the same process every time. All heads, blocks, cranks and cams are machined & wear parts are replaced.
Are there any issues with my 1993 Chevy S10?
It ran with no issues for the first three years, but in the last year I have had to fix/replace: Engine Mounts, Tire Bushings, Ignition Coil, (4!!!) starters, a seized AC compressor, water pump, power steering pump, leaky exhaust manifold, and that’s just what I remember off the top of my head.