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Cooling parts trying to get a name for a part on 96 chevy camaro is a aluminum part where heater hoses connect into and then goes into block under radiator next to water pump does anyone know what this is called

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It is the belt tensioner it comes with or without water inlets. I bought the whole assembly when all I needed was the plastic elbows which I was told are not sold seperately but guess what they are and they are only 4 dollars at autozone.

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The cooling housing?

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Does anybody have a video link on how to flush the cooling system on a GM 3.1L SFI OHV 6cyl motor? I need a vid for this particular motor cause mine is still overheating & i have looked everywhere.


flushing a cooling system is the same method as any other motor

do it without the thermostat fitted
or water pump opening

sacrifice an old radiator hose to adapt a garden hose fitting
for radiator flush

air in system fix
your thermostat housing has no air bleed valve
no top radiator cap

old school way
heater on full
run motor till thermostats fully open
burp radiator hoses
wait till water is running up into over flow bottle without bubble
replace cap
turn off heater
correct level in over flow bottle

why still over heating
you fitted everything i would have ... yet still overheat
possibles
leaking inlet manifold gaskets
hose clamps loose
cooling fans spinning too slow
thermostatic fan switch faulty
aluminum radiator is a big one
air ..fins bent or some water channels blocked

or possible head gasket leak




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Heater blows cool air 1994 camaro


You could have a bad heater core. Are you smelling antifreeze inside of the car? Usually when they go bad you get the smell and sometimes even fluid on the floor under the dash. Other than that it could be a blocked heater hose or even a bad thermostat switch. It is probably best you take it to a professional to diagnose, then determine if it is something you can fix.

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I forgot to pay attention to the heater hose connections on the heater core to see which hose goes on which connection. Any help for my senior moment?


Hi, my name is Shaun. I will do my best to help you with your problem. The good news is, for all intensive purposes, it really doesn't matter where the hoses go, as long as you are referring to the connections directly to the heater core. You should have two aluminum pipes coming out of your heater core where the rubber hoses attach. As long as the hose fits snugly, attach it. All the heater core is is a small radiator that cycles hot water from the block. You blow air across it and you have heat. There are no check valves or anything to worry about. One thing you do want to keep in mind when reattaching the hoses, though, is to reattach them in a way that allows them to conform to their most natural state. In other words, don't try to criss-cross them, stretch them, or twist them. This could result in leaks later on. Hope this helps. Have a great day!

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"78 Chevy Scottsdale 4x4 400 small block. I


You may have a heater valve that is on one of your heater core hoses may be bad.

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Where is the fuel pump on 84 camaro


if this car has a carburator it located on the front of the engine pass side! if its a tune port its in the tank

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How do you bypass the heater core on a 1989 Chev. Camaro 5.0


take the inlet hose to the heater core and connect it with the outlet hose on the heater core, thus creating a by-pass. you may be able to follow the hoses back to the aterpump and engine block and make a shorter run of it.

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Where do I find the thermostat on a 96 Honda CRV 2 Litre


thermo is on top hose opens to let cool water in once hot water has activated it so yes it will be on top hose on block

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Need diagram for 1983 camaro vacuum hoses with the emissions stuff taken off has a 305 4bbl


Injected or carb? If all emissions stuff is removed are you replacing it or just making stuff work? If usst making everything work, you need a hose from carb to vacuum advance on dist (if you have one) You can try putting the line above the throttle plate or below it and see which best suits your needs.. There is a large hose that goes to the brake power booster from the back of the carb (if power brakes, Another line goes to the vacuum system under the dash (makes heater controls operate) That line can go to a fitting on the manifold or any other full time vacuum connection on the carb base. All other connections can be blocked off.

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Need new coolant hoses from water heater to firewall


should bet 5/8 inch heater hoses just get it from any auto parts store with new clamps and replace
if it has custom you can remve the broken hose and slip new hose onto the old steel line

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