I just replaced the heater core in my 95 S-10 and it was a pain in the butt. You have to first take off all the lower panels of the dash. Mainly all screws are 9/32 and there are four that are star bits(not sure of what size). after all the lower panels are gone, remove the bolts that hold the steering colum on and lower that down then find all screws that hold the dash to the fire wall, should be like 4 total and the 2 lower bolts where the dash pivots on the pins. after that, just disconnect all connections behind the dash that keep you from removing it and pull the dash out of the truck. once your back there, just take off the screws to the heater core housing and loosen and remove the hoses under the hood going to the heater pipes. Then just unstrap the heater core and replace. Sounds simple but its not. There are hidden screws behind the speaker grilles and defroster vent on top of the dash and always make sure you reconnect all connections including the main power block on the passengers side behind the dash.
Where is heater core located on 92 chev
it is a great " little " truck when looked after.
In my 2000, it is under the truck slightly behind where the driver's seat is
It has none, unless you install one.
Chassis Engineering Inc has a kit to install a motor, transmission and rear end into a 1951 chev truck.
The 1992 Chevrolet half ton pickup truck has a rated towing capacity of 4500 pounds. The same pickup truck with a camper special option has a towing capacity of 6500 pounds.
where location of brake light switch on 1989 chev, truck.
where is fuel filter loc on 1995 chev 1500 pickup and what does it loo like
No, a 1994 Chevrolet crossmember will not fit on a 1969 Chevrolet pickup.
NO IT WILL NOT, IT IS ALL DIFFERENT.
The 1993 Chevrolet K 1500 pickup truck 02 sensor is on the back of the air cleaner housing. The O2 sensor should be labeled as such.
new chev keys can be obtained from chev by providing them with you VIN number
All chev starters with 2 vertical bolts (4,6 or 8 cyl) will fit
There are many ground wires in the electrical system of that truck. We need to know which circuit you have a problem with.
Built into the alternator.
if its the clicking I'm thinking of its the actuator for the vent door. try shutting off everything off in the heater/a/c system for a couple of minutes and then turn it back on. that usually stops it for me.
With a 4.3L engine, the oil pressure sending unit is in the back of the engine just to the drivers side of the distributor.
100 inches long
Some of the late model trucks do not have a drain.If your truck has one,it will be on the drivers side on the bottom.If you find o hole with no drain,then you dont have one.
The block heater is installed under the exaust manifold. It does not go INTO the coolant. It's a "clamp on" style heater. It heats the coolant by heating the block where there is a coolant passage. To install it, you'll need to remove the head shield from the exaust manifold (3 screws). The heater is secured using 1 bolt.