If its the 5.0 (305) or the 5.7 (350) follow your upper radiator hose to the motor. Its about center of the radiator even as cluttered as these vans are you'll be able to see it. It will end on the T-stat housing, two bolts hold the housing down. I'm not trying to be wise guy but DO NOT do this if the motor is hot! The two bolts will require a 9/16" wrench/socket. They are threaded into an aluminum intake, take your time and make sure you don't cross thread when reinstalling. Good Luck
A 95 did not have IAT sensor
slim near the thermostat housing with two wires on it
It is integral to the main ECU
fuse box chevy g20 van
Remove the water supply hose from your 1992 Chevy thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. The thermostat can be lifted out. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
With the 5.7 liter engine (there will be a "K" as the eighth character of the VIN), the ECU is located under the driver seat.
I don't think there were any carburetors on the 1995 G20's so it is an electrical fuel pump inside the tank.
Most common were 4l60 & 4l80
what size of transmission goes on chevy g20 cargo van 1995
A bad thermostat or a bad clucth on the fan. Could be timing but not likely.
Take off the belts then the hoses then the belts holding it on.
motor on bed stays runing
yes you can.
1989 g20 van is passenger side under wheel well bolted on chassis
On the driver's side,at the front of the engine up high almost to the top.
There are two sensors/sending units. One (the sending unit) is located on the driver's side of the engine block (just below the exhaust pipe). The other is located next to the thermostat housing on top of the engine.
The fuel filter for a 1986 Chevy G20 should be mounted on the frame under the van. The filter is an inline type and should be easy to change.
yes. just google it
It has 5 foreward gears and a lock up converter.
the easy way to find out is to call your local salvage yard & ask what years interchange!
G20 is a 3/4 ton and a G30 IS A 1 TON