youre kidding, right? the 2.2L S-10s were all metric, and 4.3L S-10`s were all metric, save for a handful of bolts on the engine internals.jumpin jack said:true story, I did't buy a chevy truck so i could use metric tools
NO. just about every domestic automotive component or chassis redesigned since about 1976-77, has been metric.SwisS10 said:
Ahhh, good old metric system, by the way, shouldnt american vehicles be standard?
yup.nater006 said:No need to disconnect the battery, IMHO. I used to pull the airbag fuse just in case the steering shaft got rotated, but have never had a problem. First time removing the steering shaft takes a little effort - after that, it takes just a minute or two.. pretty straight forward.
"not so good.... seems to have a bit of a misfire after the tune up.And yeah, I too wondered how the hammer thing worked with putting a new plug in? hehe..
http://www.s10forum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22447102_Vortech said:so im changing out the spark plugs in my truck for TR6's (running nitrous) and i can get to the last spark plug that is behind the steering shaft- how do i get to it- i beleive it is the number 3 spark plug