Crunching down on the gas pedal of your Chevrolet truck, you just about manage to gain control of the pickup. If the S-10 5-speed transmission is not getting power to the wheels, you need to do a little examination to identify the problem and how to fix it before purchasing the necessary parts. The S-10 is a compact pickup that debuted in 1982. Two generations of the model were in production in North America until 2004 with numerous 5-speed manual transmission options from a Borg-Warner T-5 to a NV3500 that equips models with a V6 engine. The Borg-Warner T-5, or TREMEC T-5, features in longitudinal engine vehicles, which have the crankshaft running from front to back, oriented along the long axis of the automobile. With so many products available for the S-10, it is imperative to figure out which S-10 5-speed transmission is right for your truck before you start searching the large inventory on eBay. When you have the right fit, you can easily install the part and get your pickup truck back on the road.