the heater core was stopped up just flushed it out ok now
The only access to the heater core on a 96 S10 blazer is by removing the entire dash asm. It is not accessible from the engine compartment. If you are not familiar with disabling the the air bag system, do not attempt this repair.
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on the firewall more towards the passenger side there are 2 hoses next to each other.
Your heater core may be clogged. Have the heater core flushed and refill the system with fresh coolant.
Disconnect the heater hose off the heater core on the firewall and remove the inside middle side panels along with the lower heater core panel and pull the core straight out.........
I would first recommend getting the Chilton manual. I did the heater core on my wife's 96 Blazer. It is a very involved process and should only be attempted if you are a fairly knowledgeable mechanic. You have to remove the instrument cluster and drop the steering column to start. The Chilton manual covers this fairly well. Dennis
If you look from the engine compartment you will see the 2 heater hoses that connect to your heater core at the firewall towards the passenger side
Thermostat and/or heater core may be defective
Same as a 96 blazer go here.How_do_you_replace_the_blower_motor_on_a_1996_Chevy_blazer
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library. Newer answer: A Chilton or Haynes manual will not help you through the process, so don't waste the money or time trying to go that route. Try automotiveforums.com there is a Blazer specific forum where how to's are posted with photos. I believe that the heater core how-to posted there is for a 98 Blazer, but the fundamentals are still the same for a 96. Good luck! Dawn Another New : The Chilton manual helped me quite a bit. I changed the heater core on my wife's 96 Blazer. It involves removing the entire dash. It is a very long and involved process and should only be attempted if you are a fairly good mechanic. I have a 98 Blazer and the process is not the same for this vehicle. On the 98, the firewall must be cut to access the heater core. Dennis
Check the heater core, it is probably bad. It could be heater hose connections to the heater core, but I would bet on the heater core going bad.
The heater core can be found behind the passenger side kick plate. Remove the water supply hoses from your 1996 Chevy Impala heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
The dash must be completely removed in order to gain access to the heater box. Then the heater hoses are disconnected and the heater box is removed and opened up. That gains access to the heater core for relacement.
Easy to replace. Hard to get to.
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I just asked the local dealership and they said that there is no heater conrol valve on a the blazer. I'm having problems with my heat where it blows hot air for a short period of time and then it would quit, I was told to get the system flushed and that should take of it.control valveyou can install one yourself on the hoses leading to the core, they can be purchased from a local parts store or simply loop the two hoses together to bypass the core. Many people extend the life of their heater core by bypassing it during the summer months to avoid unnecessary corrosion or, or bypass it if it begins to leak.
Either a heater hose or a leak at the intake manifold
On my 1995 Ford Explorer with 4.0 L OHV engine , where the heater hoses are connected right at the firewall , the hose nearest the driver's side is the supply hose to the heater core , and the hose nearest the pasenger side is the outlet from the heater core. (Helpfull)
it has a partially clogged heater core.replace the heater core
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Overheating. Have the cooling system checked.
yes the entire dash has gotta go
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most likely heater core leaking