To reassemble, just do the same in reverse. The Chilton's manuals are pretty good - but they are not perfect. You can then cut the speaker wires and pull the speaker out. Note: When putting in aftermarket speakers, the holes aren't likely to match up with what was originally there. Just my 2cents worth but i just did a manual swap on my 1993 s10 4wd. The fuse should be in the fuse panel and should be marked accordingly.
Lift wiper arm so that it is at about a 90 degree to the windshield. The hose will be connected to the thermostat housing. I am unsure about other years and 2wd but the 93 auto trans and 95 manual are the same exact length. Before you remove the steering mark where the steering wheel lines up with the steering column with tape. Take lots of pictures - to make sure you get it back the way it was. Pull the panel away from the door, working from the back, then down, then up the front. I think the models are similar.
The truck i got the trans from was free after i scrapped the body. The Hayes manual said that I would need to drill out the rivets, but the speaker is held onto a housing with 4 Torx screws. Before my swap i read i needed transcrossmember and y pipe and drive shafts. You will need to cut a hole in the transmission tunnel for the shifter this is a little easier if you have a 4x4 because you will have a better reference point for where the hole goes. Hope this helps Follow the upper radiator hose back towards the engine. Drain off some colant, remove upper hose from thermostat housing, remove the two bolts holding the housing to the engine, remove the housing, remove the thermostat, take note that the thermostat spring faces the engine so as not to install backwards. It's a real pain, I'm nearing the end of this swap right now with one main problem still unresolved.
Unless you are going for some transmission not available on S10s ie an older tranny that would have a cable operated clutch you are going to have a hydraulically operated clutch. After that, you lift the panel off of the door. One is the fuel pump relay, another is the horn relay, another is the relay for the daytime driving lights and if you have a fourth one it is for the power door locks. I had to replace a wiper switch on a 1992 Chevrolet Full size pick-up, and to do so, the steering wheel had to be removed. To begin, remove the horn cap, and in some models you may have to remove the attached wire.
The side panels are removed as one whole piece that can be popped out with 8 or so clips holding it in. I had to replace a wiper switch on a 1992 Chevrolet Full size pick-up, and to do so, the steering wheel had to be removed. The S10 transmission you are going to use is dependent on the engine size 2. I think the models are similar. To begin, remove the horn cap, and in some models you may have to remove the attached wire. You should be able to fit a screwdriver between it and the wiper arm. There are 9 nylon rivets that hold the door in place.
Make sure you use the right bit. Dash Speakers: just pop out the speaker grills and the speakers can be disconnected, and un bolted from the grills Rear Speakers: The rear side interior panels must be removed but only after the seat belts upper mounting brackets have been removed, and the mouldings aroun dthe rear seats if its a crew cab. The thermostat is under the housing. Chilton's manual says to remove front bumper, then remove body to frame mounts. Im thinkin about installing a free flowing air filter to try to improve it, i have already done a complete tune up incl … uding plugs, wires, cap, rotor, and fuel filter.
If you can hold the speaker against the housing so it's seated well, you can use a Sharpie to draw the profile onto the housing and then drill holes for the new speakers. . The only issue I have unresolved as of yet with my swap is getting the reverse lights to work, If I end up finding a solution to that problem, I will re-post here and let you know. There's a C-channel holding the door against the window. This transmission did Not have a vaccuum modu … lator, as did earlierchevrolet 3sp automatic transmissions. Be careful and stick a screwdriver between the door panel and the door itself to pry part of it open.
You can always make a bigger hole, but you can't make a smaller one. Most of the time you will need to loosen the exahaust. I think the models are similar. To begin, remove the horn cap, and in some models you may have to remove the attached wire. Though it will be alot easier to remove the tranny with the engine on those.
Now look near the base. Which order they are I don't know. I had to replace a wiper switch on a 1992 Chevrolet Full size pick-up, and to do so, the steering wheel had to be removed. If i ever have to do it again i will be pulling them out as a unit. This is difficult, but nit impossible.
I used the auto y pipe and driveshafts and transcrossmember. That being the case, you will need to purchase a clutch slave and master cylinder setup specific to the transmission you are using. Pry the lever sideways and once it opens up a little you should be able … to lift the wiper arm right off. Don't drill them out-just use the appropriate wrench to get it off. Before you remove the steering mark where the steering wheel lines up with the steering column with tape.