How to Change the Water Pump in a Chevy S10?

Answer Your Chevy S10 truck's water pump is responsible for sending the coolant into the engine. If you don't replace a bad water pump, the truck's engine will eventually overheat. Changing the water pump... Read More »

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How to Change Out a Water Pump for a Chevy S-10 V6?

The engine in a Chevy S-10 V6 is a 4.3 liter, which is much the same as a Chevy V8 as far as the water pump and accessories are concerned. The water pump is a four-bolt design with the inlet ports ... Read More »

How to Change the Water Pump on a 350 Chevy?

Although the water pump plays an important role in the engine's pulley system, the main purpose of the 350's water pump is to pull antifreeze from within the radiator, distribute that antifreeze th... Read More »

How to Change a Water Pump on a Chevy Scottsdale?

The Scottsdale trim level on a Chevrolet pickup truck came with a V8 engine. These engines use a water pump to cycle the coolant in and out of the engine, to the radiator, and back again. This is c... Read More »

How to Change a Water Pump on a 98 Chevy Blazer?

The longevity of the 1998 Chevy Blazer's water pump depends on the tightness of the serpentine belt and the amount of antifreeze in the system. A belt that is too tight can cause accelerated wear o... Read More »