If you have a electrical speedo you don't have a cable. Change the speed sensor in the trans.
You didn't mention what year the S10 is but, yours probably doesn't have a cable driven speedometer. It is electronic.
It uses a speed sonsor on the trannie
A speedometer cable for a 2000 S10 can be purchased from any auto parts store. If not kept in stock, the store can special order the part.
Replace it with a new one, there is no repairing it.
Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery.
The speedometer cable on a 1989 S10 is behind the steering wheel. The speed sensor is mounted on the transfer case tailshaft.
how do u replace a flywheel in a Chevy zr2 s10 2003 v6
There is no cable, it is hydraulic operated.
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You replace the brakes on an ABS S10 the same way you replace brakes on a non ABS S10.
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faulty circut board replace it
The clutch is hydraulic operated, there is no cable.
Broken tooth in speedometer head. Replace speedometer head
It doesn't have a clutch cable. It is hydraulic operated.
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Take out the battery, unbolt and remove the battery tray. This will expose where the ground is. Unbolt that. Replace in reverse order of the above steps.
How do you replace the front drivers seat on a 1996 Chevy S10 pick up truck
It doesn't have a clutch cable. The clutch is hydraulically operated.
There is no speedometer cable on a 1991 s10. Instead it has a vehicle speed Senor or vss for short. The vss is near the tail end of the transmission and has a green and violet set of wires that connect it to the drac module under your glove box then the draconian module is connected to the ecu which is then connected to the speedometer on the instrument cluster.
there is no cable the trans is all electronic there will be a wiring harness to the trans but no cable.
Really ain't no fixing a brake cable. Replace it with a new cable.
Replace the fuel filter.
An S10 is the same as a Chevy S10.
Chevy stopped using cable driven tachs to read rpms back in the very early sixties.