What is the towing capacity for a 2001 Chevy S10 4Cyl. Automatic pickup truck

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Asked by Jun 17, 2017 at 01:02 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet S-10

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6000 pounds (2722 kg.). HTH. -Jim

96,065

I think that is way too high Jim. I found all sorts of claims on the net but most say 3,500 pounds. I would not tow more than 2,000 pounds.

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Thank You very much for your help,hopefully this will help. Settle a Dispute,between Me and Childhood Friend. But to no avail,he still believes that it is not possible. For a S10 Pickup to be able to pull,a 14' Fish Boat and Trailer. Which ways a lot less then 2,000 lbs.,without it Destroying the Transmission. All I can say is,that some people just won't believe the Facts. When it is Staring them,right in the Face.

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Install an aftermarket transmission cooler if you are concerned about over heating the transmission. Keep a close eye on the ATF color.

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F O R, I thought that too. The owner's manual for my '03 is where I got that figure from. Maybe GM wanted to sell some transmissions, lol. -Jim

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6,000 lbs is pretty optimistic on GM's part. Their full size trucks barely tow that much at least for the light duty ones.

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