2000 Chevrolet S10 Owners Manual

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CategoriesChevrolet Manuals, Chevrolet S10 Manuals
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Model Year2000
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User and Operator’s Vehicle Manual for 2000 Chevrolet S10. Model types specification: 4.3 L Vortec 4300, SEFI, 175 hp (130 kW)–190 hp (142 kW), 245 lb•ft (332 N•m)–250 lb•ft (339 N•m).
Many people read their owner’s manual from beginning to end when they first receive their new vehicle. If you do this, it will help you learn about the features and controls for your vehicle. In this manual, you’ll find that pictures and words work together to explain things quickly.




Keys and Door Locks
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Tailgate
Automatic Transmission (If Equipped) Manual Transmission Operation (If Equipped) Four-Wheel Drive Operation (If Equipped) Parking Brake
Tilt Wheel
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
Windshield Wipers
Cruise Control
Interior and Exterior Lamps
Storage Compartments
Accessory Power Outlets
Instrument Panel, Warning Lights and Gages

Seats and Seat Controls Safety Belts

Seats and Restraint Systems Air Bag Systems Child Restraints
Features and Controls Comfort Controls and Audio Systems

Section 3 Heating and Air Conditioning

Setting the Radio Clock
Radio/Cassette Player/CD Player Radio Theft-Deterrent Feature
Steering Wheel Controls (If Equipped)

Your Driving and the Road

Section 4 Braking/Anti-lock Brakes (If Equipped)

Traction Control System
Driving Tips for Various Road Conditions Off-Road Driving
Recreational Vehicle Towing Loading Your Vehicle
Towing a Trailer

Section 5 Hazard Warning Flashers Jump Starting

Towing Your Vehicle

Problems on the Road

Engine Overheating Changing a Flat Tire If You’re Stuck

Service and Appearance Care

Section 6 Fuel

Checking Fluids and Lubricants Bulb Replacement
Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement Tires and Wheels
Appearance Care
Electrical System/Fuses and Circuit Breakers Capacities and Specifications
Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts

Section7 Scheduled Maintenance

Periodic Maintenance Inspections

Maintenance Schedule

Recommended Fluids and Lubricants Maintenance Records

Customer Assistance Information

Section8 Customer Satisfaction Procedures
Customer Assistance Offices
Roadside Assistance and Courtesy Transportation
Warranty Information (See Warranty Manual) Reporting Safety Defects on page 8-10 Service Publications


1 -2 Seats and Seat Controls
1-7 Safety Belts: They’re for Everyone
1-11 Here Are Questions Many People Ask About Safety Belts – and the Answers
1-12 How to Wear Safety Belts Properly
1-12 Driver Position
1-19 Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy
1-20 Right Front Passenger Position
1-20 Air Bag System
1-30 Center Passenger Position 1-32 Rear Seat Passengers
(Extended Cab Jump Seats) 1-33 Children
1-36 Child Restraints
1-48 Larger Children
1-50 Safety Belt Extender
1-50 Checking Your Restraint Systems 1-50 Replacing Restraint System Parts After a Crash

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Customer Assistance Information

Here you will find out how to contact Chevrolet if you need assistance. This section also tells you how to obtain service publications and how to report any safety defects.
8-2 Customer Satisfaction Procedure 8-9 8-4 Customer Assistance for Text Telephone 8-10
8 -4 Customer Assistance Offices 8 (TTY) Users-10
8 -5 GM Mobility Program for Persons
with Disabilities 8-11
8-6 Chevrolet Roadside Assistance Program 8-11
8-7 Canadian Roadside Assistance
8-8 Courtesy Transportation
Warranty Information
Reporting Safety Defects to the United States Government
Reporting Safety Defects to the
Canadian Government
Reporting Safety Defects to General Motors Ordering Owner Publications in Canada

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