What bulbs go in a s-10?
Headlight bulbs, high and low beam, parking light bulbs, signal light bulbs, brake light bulbs, dash light bulbs, interior light bulbs, plate light bulbs, etc.
Check the fuse, then the bulbs, then the brake light switch.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00
You didn't mention what year the S10 is but, you can probably remove the 2 small screws that hold the lens to the housing and you will have access to the bulbs.
Likely the bulb is burned out. Do LEFT lights work? If so, replace both bulbs since it is due to go out too.
Open the hood. The highlight assembly has a nut holding it in place so remove that. The pull the assembly straight up. The bulbs can be remove by turning them and pulling out
The headlights are a separate circuit from the others. Check the bulbs, headlight switch, Hi/Low beam switch and depending what year you have check the fuses.
There are several bulbs for dash illumination. They are attached to the backside of the dash cluster. The best way to access the bulbs would be to remove the dash cluster.
I have a '93 S10 Blazer with the same problem. The fuse is in good shape and replaced the old bulbs with new ones. It still won't go on when put in reverse. Of course, check these two options out first. I'm not sure how to trouble shoot at this point. I have a '93 S10 Blazer with the same problem. The fuse is in good shape and replaced the old bulbs with new ones… Read More
well it seems to be a common problem it might just be the switch on the transmission
Check the bulbs, Check the fuse, Check the brake light switch, in that order.
The 1994 Chevrolet S10 has different headlight configurations. See related link below for variations. If sealed beam bulbs; H4666. If halogen; 9006 low-beam & 9005 high-beam.
You need to remove the dash in order to get back there to replace any blown bulbs.
Check the fuse, check the bulbs and check the brake light switch, in that order.
Could be a bad ground or bad wire leading to the tailights possibly a bad brake light switch.
My guess would be to check the wires under the drivers side floor mat.
blinker switch is part of that system is most likey problem trust me i owned 9 s10 all 82-94 and college for 5 years of elec/auto replace the blinker switch on the clolume"
switch on the transmission which sends a signal to the reverse lights when shift is in reverse......... is shot. You need a mechanic.
There are two reasons. The first is the bulbs may be blown and the second is the fuse may need replace also.
The # is 1157 bulbs.
No. Nobody can. Namely because the S10 didn't go into production until 1982. Even the predecessor to the S10 - the Chevrolet LUV (itself a badge engineered Isuzu Faster) - didn't go into production until 1972.
if you changed the bulbs and still nothing.. its the reverse switch that's on the tranny. about a 10$ fix and 5 min to replace. good luck!
Check fuse, check bulbs, check brake light switch, check wiring and then check signal switch, in that order.
There are many places where someone could go and purchase a Chevy S10 Xtreme. The most suggested place to go to would be the official place of Chevrolet.
The panel light dimmer switch is turned off. The panel light fuse is blown. The panel light bulbs are blown out.
194 bulbs you can get them from any advance auto
If a fourth bulb were added in a similar way to the three existing bulbs what would happen to the resistance in the circuit?
If a fourth bulb were added in a similar way to the three existing bulbs, the resistance in the circuit would go up if the bulbs were series connected, and it would go down if the bulbs were parallel connected.
I don't understand...what's the question? Yes, that's a fairly common bulb size for tail lights or backup lights in late 90s and on autos. I have the same bulbs in my wife's Chevy S10 Blazer. Wagner 12V 3057 bulb. I don't understand...what's the question? Yes, that's a fairly common bulb size for tail lights or backup lights in late 90s and on autos. I have the same bulbs in my wife's Chevy S10 Blazer. Wagner… Read More
What do you think will happen to the energy bill at your school if all of the light bulbs were changed from incandescent to fluorescent bulbs?
The bill will go down with fluorescent bulbs and it will help the enviroment.
Need to know first if you have sealed beam headlights (those will have the single bulb with the dual filaments) or composite headlights (those will have two bulbs) in order to answer this question.
Check your fuse. Find a diagram of your fuse box to find the correct one to check. Check your bulbs. Check your brake light switch.
I have a Chevy s10 and the dash lights do not work. I checked the fuses and they are good. What else could it be?
Could be the dimmer rheostat has an open Could be a bad headlight switch Could be blown bulbs
It depends on the light bulbs. Some will all go out once one is disconnected and only that one that got disconnected will go out.
The circuit is broken and all bulbs go out.
check your ignition switch.
My 98 S10 has rear drivers side light issues The Night-time running light and license plate light are out what other than a fuse could cause this problem?
Could be the bulbs are bad.
You need to check the brake light switch if the bulbs are good. They had a problem with the circuit boards that the bulb are inserted in. If none of these are the problem then if you do not have a short, your turn signal switch is bad.
The S10 was available with the NV3500 manual or the 4L60E automatic... those are compatible with the Silverado 1500 trucks (except for the 454SS).
If it is a standard transmission S10 maybe they are talking about the "throwout bearing" which is part of the clutch operation that can go bad.
then the other light bulbs in the circuit go out. However, in the case of modern Christmas tree lights in series, the bulbs are designed to short out when they blow, so that the other bulbs do not go out. They do get brighter, however, and this can lead to cascade failure, but that is why there is often a fuse in the plug.
http://www.sylvania.com/ go here and go to the auto sections put in you car make and model year, there it will show you what bulbs go where
I have an '85 S10 with a 305 small block, runs great, just a lot of work to do, but she runs great and sounds AWESOME! Give it a go!
take the bolts out
An S10 is the same as a Chevy S10.
What happens to the brightness of the other two when one of the bulbs burn out three identical bulbs are wired in series?
As a series circuit, as asked, all bulbs will go off because of that just one bulb.
Since the SAME electrons have to go through both light bulbs, the current in both light bulbs will be the same (Kirchhoff's current law).
If you feel like destroying your mount go for it
Go to autozone.com and look in the repair info or specification.
Yes go to autozone they can provide the correct bulbs.. They are a little tricky to take out you have to disassemble the dash..
Bought a new light fixture and light bulbs It has 3 bulbs Why do they only stay on a minute and go out?
Check your kids playing with the light switch
You may want to go to www.sierra tradingpost.com They sell the headlamps and it may be just as inexpensive to get a new headlamp as try and find the bulbs. I believe that they are LED bulbs.