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1995 Chevrolet S10 Questions

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I have fire, compression, firing order is correct, getting fuel to throttle body, however, after I try to start it and pull a spark plug out, "any of them", they are bone dry. Could it be a vacuum line hooked up wrong that would cause it from not getting fuel to the plugs? I also have a python 1400xp remote start on the vehicle, "I've never had an issue with the remote start before" could it be in theft mode and cause it not to start? the vehicle sat for four years up until two years ago. I replaced the fuel pump and battery and it fired right up.

Once transmission or clutch heats up it gets hard to shift in all gears. As long as it is cooled off it shifts fine, but it heats up only after 20-30 miles.

This happened once before when raining then worked again. This time wet and dry weather have never started working again for a couple months now.

Drives good on 1st and 2nd

Ck spark plugs and vacuum leak

B4 I tear into intake after ckn for vacuum leak
Any input ?

I have had to replace the rear U joint 4 times in the past 2 years & 2 of those times has been within the last 4 months. My title says its a 95 short bed S-14 but the parts are always for a S-10.

I have a 95 s10 2wd with 2.2motor and auto trans it runs and drives fine till it gets warmed up then the speedometer drops to 0 and quits working and it wont shift after that from what ever gear you were in but will still drive and when it cools back down the problem goes away can anyone here help me

My 1995 Chevy s10 is idoling really fast. I have replaced tps,fuel pump,fuel filter, have checked for vaccumm leaks, replaced two hoses that I thought were leaking. I can't smell gas or exhaust coming from anywhere. What is causing this problem?

I have checked for vaccumm leaks,replaced tps,fuel pump,fuel filter,even one of the fuel injectors. It does out while driving. Once warmed up, it still idols really fast. But while driving I lose power and speed. Then engine dies. It starts back up but idols real slow like it's starving for fuel. What can cause this problem.

I changed oxygen sensor idle sensor it happens often I was wondering should I clean the map sensor

My truck began making a humming/buzzing sound and then it seemed to be lagging when I hit the gas. It appears that one of the brake calipers may be locked up and need replaced, however when braking the truck doesn't veer to either side. The wheel is vibrating much more than normal and there's clearly something brake related going on, should I look into replacing the caliper, rotor, and pads or is that not necessary?

We figured it had to be fried, so we replaced it, it still wouldn't work. We checked all the fuses and they all seem to be good; is there anything else that might cause this problem?