How to Replace a Heater Core in a 98 Chevy Pickup?

Answer A heater core is used in the heating of the cabin of a vehicle. It is a radiator-like device that takes hot coolant from the vehicle's engine and passes it through the winding tube of the core. The... Read More »

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How to Replace a Heater Core in a 1997 Chevy S10 Pickup?

A bad heater core will make your Chevy S10 pickup's heating system impossible to work and you will need to replace it. As in many vehicles, the 1997 S10's heater core is stored within a housing mou... Read More »

How to Change The Heater Core in a 2002 Chevy S10 Pickup?

Replacing the heater core in your 2002 Chevrolet S10 Blazer is an arduous and difficult task. The Blazer's heater core is contained underneath the dashboard, so the first step is to completely dism... Read More »

How to Change the Heater Core on a 1998 Chevy Pickup?

The heater core on your 1998 Chevy pickup heats up the air in your vehicle before it is blown out into the truck's cabin. A faulty heater core can be very dangerous. Signs of a faulty heater core a... Read More »

How do I Install a 1972 Chevy Pickup Heater Core?

A heater core is a small, aluminum device that provides the inside of your truck with heat. Hot radiator coolant is pumped through it, generating heat that is transferred into your cab when you pul... Read More »