Feel both heater hoses-IF ONE is hot & NOT the other,then U have a bad heater control valve OR NO Vaccume going 2 the valve.If NO thermostat then the engine won't produce enough heat.IF the blend door aren't operating & stuck on C00l - then no Heat.LAST(not likely) if Impeller on water pump is worn down-not enough water will FLOW.
recommend doing a coolant flush and back flushing the heater core. Most likely it is clogged. If you have used stop leak in the past for a coolant leak than you might as well just put a heater core in, That stuff clogs up the heater cores
Check Thermostat and temperature senson for damage, and if need replace..
I really doubt the thermostat and temp sensor are bad, it is most likely the heater core is clogged up. Take off both the inlet and outlet hoses and use an air compressor to blow air through it, gunk should spray out (which is causing the no heat problem) and when it warms up outside take off the inlet and outlet hoses (for the heater core) and hook up a garden hose to it and let it flush for about 15 minutes
YES, All the cabs are the same from 1988 to 1999
The 1992 did not use a crankshaft sensor.
Doesn't work in what way, exactly?
YES, It will bolt right up with NO modifying.
will a 95 chevy k1500 transfer case hook up to a 96 chevy k1500 transmission
NO. The center shaft in the 4-wheel and 2-wheel drive transmissions are a DIFFERENT length. WILL not interchange.
16 inch rims
on mine, I had to drop the gas tank.
YES. They are the same.
Take the inside of the glove box out and look into the right side and you will see it.
What all does the ECM computer control on my 2006 Chevy k1500 Silverado