Chevy S10 Blazer Transmission
GM needed a four-wheel drive companion for its S10 truck series in the 1983 year. Ford introduced its Bronco to great success and the Chevy series needed a compatible vehicle. The Chevy S10 Blazer was introduced and stayed in production until 2005. There were several different transmissions used in this vehicle series. You’ll find the Chevy S10 Blazer transmission you can’t find through other reputable dealers here.
The first transmission in an automatic build in the Blazer S10 was the 700R4. This automatic build provided the compatibility with the Chevy and Isuzu motors first used in the early part of the 1980s. The remanufactured editions that can be ordered here through our company preserve the legacy of the four-speed gearboxes. These original GMT 330 platform transmissions are built in-house and are inspected prior to national distribution to the public.
Blazer Transmission: Automatic and Electronic
The installation of the 700R4 and the 4L60 provide the automatic builds by GM. These units were used inside of the Blazer S10 until the 1992 year. A 10-year period of production ensured that a lot of units would still be available for purchase on the secondary market. The reconditioned four-speed transmissions sold here are fine tuned to OEM specs. This means that all of our builders follow the General Motors guidelines for an original build.
The electronic edition of the 4L60E was used for almost a decade in the late model versions of the S10 Blazers produced in the U.S. This electronic design was paired well with the 4.3 V6 engine introduced in the later years. You’ll find when searching our warehouse inventory that we have all main units on sale. All of the editions that are rebuilt inside our facility are exact replicas of what a GM dealership would sell to you. These are just restored to OEM condition.
Chevy S10 Blazer Transmission Quotes
No sales are processed at our company without giving away our pricing in the form of a quote. The 700R4, 4L60 and 4L60E are all quoted two ways for customers. The first is by phone call. A trained specialist who knows GM products will take your call when you use our toll-free number. What is presented is the price that you will pay to own a four-speed Blazer gearbox. The second method is an online quote. You’re free to generate a quote using the quote box on this page. Regardless of the way you view pricing, you’ll be proud to know that you won’t pay a lot here. Buying rebuilt does have huge advantages. Get your quote right now.