This is quoted from an article in Motor Service, Feb, 2001 by Demian Hurst, ASE Certified Triple Master Technician, Master Chevrolet Technician. "Make sure the engine is NOT at operating temperature (in other words, thoroughly cool) ... The heater case cover screw nearest the firewall will be difficult to see, but is the secret to removing the heater core without lengthy and complex disassembly procedures ... Use a long? in.-drive extension to access and remove this screw. Carefully remove the heater case cover from the vehicle. ... Pinch off the heater hoses using the proper smooth-jawed clamps. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core tubes at the firewall. Be prepared to catch the coolant for proper disposal. ... Remove the screws attaching the heater core to the heater case and remove the heater core."
How do I replace the heater core in a Chevy express 1500
Very. Requires removal of the dash for access.
I have the check engine light on and the code is for map sensor on my 1999 1500 Chevy suburban
Yes there is.
replace heater core in a 1991 Chevy work truck 1500
my 1995 k1500 suburban weighs in at 6,000 lbs. full of fuel
mounts for 454,poss flywheel,computer for 454
It does not have one.
You have to remove the throtle body, plastic intake plenum, and carefully remove the spider looking plug from the intake manifold.
I have a 1999 Chevy Suburban LT and if I stay at the recommended hwy speed I easily get 19mpg
how do you install a heater core for a 2003 gmc sierra 4.3l truck
There are 6 per wheel.
In the gas tank.
Towing capacity: 3,674kg (8,100lbs)
That would be the 4L60E trans.
Zero at TOP DEAD CENTER / TDC.
about 8200/8400 lbs
Chevy did not use an inertia switch. It don't have one.
No, a clogged heater core will not make it overheat. A leaking heater core will.