Hey guys i have a 99 s10 5 speed 2.2 4 cyl.. it will start and run perfect for about 20 to 30 minutes then just shut off and sit and crank and crank and crank til it gets kool again replaced everythin

Asked by Dec 31, 2014 at 03:42 AM about the 1999 Chevrolet S-10 2 Dr LS Standard Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Have replaced fuel pump and fuel
filter..new crank sensor... new battery...new
oil sending unit... and had oil sending
checked..... so any help what so ever would
be grately appreciated... have put
everything everyone has told me

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77,735

Your describing the typical GM ignition module failure, have you replaced that along with the pickup coil in the distributor yet? If you have then you got a bad one, it happens.

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77,735

OppsI though that said 89, sorry ignore the pickup coil part. But it still could be the module.

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Havent replaced coil packs has 2 and mechanics Said the chances of both going bad at the same time no likely but thanks i will look into it anyways worth trying

Took the ignition module takin off and tested at napa said it was ok so not sure what to do next maybe replace it anyways??

77,735

Not the coil packs, the ignition control module.

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Ok thanks alot will try that next... no lights on or nothing... had a tester put on it and it didnt put up any codes

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