If your van is equipped with rear heater the water pump will have all small holes plugged, only lower radiator hose is attached. The interior heater hose comes from radiator.
1993 Chev G20 350ci
i have never seen one.
123456 left bank first
open hood look to ur left on firewall.
the filter is located on the side of your left back tire. its a little can.
On the front left of the engine.
The fuse pannel is probaly located on the steering wheel on the left side that's were mine is on my 1994 Chevy.
It is not a job for the amature. TAke it to a garage.
To the left
yes they are in a 1994 chevy silverado and is located on the left side of the throttle body.
To loosen the nut on a Chevrolet s10 water pump, the nut must be turned to the left. To tighten the nut on a Chevy s10 water pump, the nut must be turned to the right.
To the left of the thermostat housing, It screews into the intake water jacket.
Alec John Such left the group in 1994.
look at left side of radiator.see hose at bottom of radiator.follow it up to where it goes in behind a pulley.that is where the water pump is.
It might be on the firewall under the hood on the left side.BEst of luck....I to am haveing trouble with astro van.
Looking at the front of the engine with the water pump closest to you, it is to the left of the carburetor or fuel injection unit (throttle body) and bolted by one bolt to the intake manifold. It should have one rubber vaccuum line attached to it.
most likely a clog in the line or wheel cylinder or maybe a broke spring
Open hood, look to your left top cowl (firewall) , you will see two relays, the larger of the two is the fuel relay.
drivers side, below the dash, just look from the pedals upside-left. There is a plastic housing with some fuses and some relays
In the Fuse Box,there is two places you can find it under the steering wheel area by the door or under the hood on left side.
The water pump is located on the left side of the car. If you are looking under the hood, it is the upper pulley closest to the grill.
It turns to the left.
Look in the glove box and there is a sticker with the # on it and it is also on the side of the driver's side door and in the left hand side of the windshield, bottom left on the dash (you can see it from the outside looking in).
All V8 engines have the same firing order. 1,3,5,7 is the left bank, 2,4,6,8 is the right bank and the distributor rotates clockwise. 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2
They are usually to the left of the throttle body or on the firewall near the distributor.