The maximum weight that the S-10 can tow on a trailer is 5,200 lbs. . While the S-10, after two generations of production, was discontinued in North America in 2004, its production in Brazil has continued on well into 2010. The standard transmission offered was a five-speed manual transmission with overdrive. The compression ratio on this engine is 9. The ignition system uses a composite distributor, platinum-tipped spark plugs and low-resistance spark plug wires.
The cargo box is 40. The emissions control equipment installed on this engine include a three-way catalytic converter, exhaust gas recirculation, positive crankcase ventilation and an evaporative collection system. The cylinder bore on this engine measures 101. The S-10 is equipped with a recirculating ball-type variable-ratio integral power steering system, with a 13. The step-in height for this truck is 18. Each cylinder has two valves, for a total of 12 valves.
The fuel tank holds a maximum of 17. The front discs measure 10. The engine features a sequential fuel injection system. It sports a Vortec L35 4,293 cc V6 engine, with overhead valves and push-rods. The rear wheels are equipped with two-stage variable rate suspension, equipped with multi-leaf rear springs. The front tread measures 8.
The Chevrolet S-10 was first introduced in 1982 as General Motors and Chevrolet's compact pickup truck. Buyers could optionally have a four-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission installed instead. The cargo box is 55. . . .
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