Replacing a Chevy Pickup Heater Fan?

Answer Chevrolet pickup trucks utilize an electric heater fan to push hot air into the cab. Hot engine coolant leaves the engine and flows through a heater hose to the heater core, a small copper brass or... Read More »

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Replacing a Fuel Pump in a Chevy Pickup?

The fuel pump, whether manual or electric, performs the task of delivering fuel to the intake system of a vehicle. It does this by using a pump vane or diaphragm to produce the pressure required to... Read More »

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

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 »

How to Remove a '92 Chevy Pickup's Heater Blower?

The heater on a 1992 Chevrolet pickup uses a blower motor to push the air created by the heater through the vents in the dashboard. These blower motors can burn out, and when they do, the heat crea... Read More »

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 »