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Jean, your first step is to drive to Autozone and have tem tell you what the code is. Then repost your question here for additional help. We have know way of knowing what needs to be repaired without a code. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Sean.
Most systems usually take about 2 gallons to refill. That is 1 gallon of anti-freeze and one gallon of water. Since you have a truck it might take a little more. The anti-freeze and water are usually mixed together before they are put into the system especially if the engine has aluminum heads. You can also buy the coolant pre-mixed. If you do then you must buy two gallons.
Changing the heater core is a simple process. Getting to the core to actually change it can be daunting if you have never changed one before on a corsica. All cars are different in that you have to remove enough dash parts to actually allow you to get to the core and they are all different. This is why labor charges are so high for changing a $50 part.I have never changed one on a Corsica myself. If you do this yourself, take digital photos as your go along so you will be able to put everything back in the correct order. I know this is not really the answer you want, but you are probably not going to get detailed instructions on how to do it, other than just remove enough parts to get to the heater core. Go slow and figure out how the parts come off and what parts to remove. Not an easy repair even if you have done it before. Good luck.
ur computer probably wont show anything ur tranny problem can be anything fron needing a filter changed to vacuum problem to torque converter check the fluid for level if low fill up- before filling look and smell fluid it should be reddish in color not brownish [fluid burnt]if it smells burnt- need trans service can be just a filter and flush ,bad sensor-actuator or rebuild
Sounds like they installed the pump incorrectly. Gasket misalignment? Started right after the waterpump was installed? Hose clamp not quite tight enough? Just a thought. The passenger front wheel area is just the right area for it to be the pump. I hope this was able to help you. If you still need me, I'll be here. Best wishes to you.
try to keep it simple first and ck to make sure you have brake lites and the brake lite switch at the pedal is good. the brake lites have to complete a circuit in order to allow the shift interlock solenoid to operate shifter