Question about 1993 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
I have a 1997 Chevy Blazer S10 - the problem started end of last winter. When I would turn on the heat it was fine until I switched the fan control to a low setting, then there was this smoke that would come out from the vent area and is smelled horrible. I took it to my local mechanic and he couldn't get it to do what it did for me. So, it happened again, and only for me. They then replaced the head gasket (that was in real bad shape) and cleaned everything else up and checked it out - but still no results to my problem - they can't figure it out. Then this summer, my air conditioner wouldn't work - so I was stuck with no air this summer and now I am afraid that I will have no heat this winter - Please help! The blazer is in the shop right now for inspection (passed) but then would not start right - so they told me that I need a fuel pump. Please Help! Any solutions or ideas?
I would have the heater core checked out as well as the water pump......tell me what happens
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