Low on coolant (leak in coolant system) Thermostat stuck open Heater core plugged Temperature blend door actuator failure Vacuum supply to HVAC dissconnected
how to replace a heater core in a 1997 Chevy blazer
Chevy Blazer electrical problems can be caused by a brunt wire or shortage. For a proper diagnoses, contact a certified mechanic.
You have to completely remove the dash to get access to the heater core.
I did a search on google and was surpised to find that the S10 Chevy Blazer has tons of problems. The most common seemd to be with the transfer case.
pull the handle down
Describe the problems you are having.
Maybe a bad switch
Right under the throttle cover.
Same as a 96 blazer go here.How_do_you_replace_the_blower_motor_on_a_1996_Chevy_blazer
Heater Airbound? Heater control cable not working? Heater core plugged?
the heater core, heater core hoses or heater control valve is leaking
you probably have a bad heater core.
Answerp0137 or p0147 if it's the heater circuit.
Low coolant in the system. Defective heater control valve. Clogged heater core.
this model does not have a heater control valve, it has a specail thermostat that controls flow.
No it will not, it will just back flush the heater core and clean it out.
You can but you still won't be able to get it out.
Check coolant level .Then thermostat . Then hearter core
Drain the water from your 1994 Chevrolet Blazer cooling system. Remove the heater core water supply hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
Just unhook the hoses from the heater core and put a tube are something in the middle of them and clamp them together.
Yes, the doors from a 98 Chevy Blazer will fit a 2001 Chevy Blazer with a little moderation.
P235/70/R15Chevy Blazer 4WD 2DRwhat is the tallest tire i can put on this 1998 s-10 blazer without causing any problems? thank you
Behind the dash assembly, big job for the faint at heart.
Disassemble the dash and open up the HVAC compartment.