1996 Chevy S-10 (AT), 2.2L, 79K miles
I put my S-10 in the shop last week to have the transmission rebuilt. Got it back on Saturday and it's now shifting beautifully and all.
There's only one little oddity: the truck now has a very slight vibration when sitting at idle, and it most definitely was not doing that before the rebuild. There is no effect on performance, shifting, or anything...I only notice it because I know it wasn't there before.
When I picked it up after the work was done, the shop (a great local independent) advised that I bring the truck back in after about two weeks to have a free-of-charge check of everything, to make sure their work is holding together. I'll be going Friday since the entire next week has me in Florida, and I plan to mention this slight case of the shakes to them.
Is it possible that maybe a bolt somewhere wasn't completely tightened down, or maybe a motor mount got jostled in the process of trans removal? I can't see anything obvious. The engine does vibrate just a bit, but that's hardly unusual. Maybe I'm just feeling a fully functional trans instead of one that slips all the time...