front of the engine, just left of center. it has a big black pulley wheel (about 5" in diameter) on it. follow your lower radiator hose from the radiator toward the engine, it goes into the thermostat housing, which is bolted onto the water pump. or you can follow the hoses that come off the coolant reservoir down to the passenger side front of the engine. they go to the water pump as well.
A 2000 Chevrolet Silverado with a 5.3 liter engine takes 13.4 quarts of coolant. It is suggest that the coolant be mixed 50/50 with water.
That is what the fan is bolted to that's on the front of your engine.
That is what the big fan on the front of your engine is bolted to.
most likely an intake gasket
It is located behind the fan and mounted to the engine block with 4 bolts.
50/50 mixture of DEXCOOL and water
If you will look at the bottom radiator hose and follow it to the left front bottom side of the engine you will see where it clamps onto a housing that's hooked to the water pump. Remove those 3 bolts and the thermostat will be behind that housing.
Two, one on top and other on bottom
Under hood, center, upper engine area, passenger side, rear corner of engine, mounted inside water separator housing
Cracked cylinder head, blown head gasket, engine block or intake gaskets.
you now get over it
look in the manual
how do you change a pump water on a 2004 Chevy truck k2500 hd
It is in the middle between the intake and the water pump.
how do I remove a water pump on a 1990 4.5 liter cadillac engine
3 to 4 hundred dollars
maybe the heater core.
Nothing last forever. Replace water pump it's worn out.
its on top of the water pump. follow the upper radiator hose to where it connects to the "engine." that housing with the two bolts holding it down holds the thermostat.
If you look at the big fan on the front of the engine, The water pump is what the fan is bolted to.
in front of the engine above the water pump
Need to know the year and engine size so I can help you. NEUTZ air lock? system blockage? is the thermostat installed correctly? 6.0 Engine Yes on the thermistat installed correctly
The engine may spit,spudder,miss,shake at idle. Then all of a sudden straighten right up and run like a new one. Back and forth.
About 2 and 1/2 hours.