Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
This isn't as much a solution as it is a bandage.
But, I akso have a 94 Tahoe Blazer and my heater core was messed up, so I bypassed it. It was filling the cab with anti-freeze vapors, not good. So, I cut the two hoses coming from the heater core, (located right behind glove box under hood) one hose goes from this rounded black piece of metal to the radiator, and the other goes straight into the engine block. if you cut them at the place where they enter the engine from the glove box (area), and bind them together with a smaller metal flanged (on both sides) pipe, insert flanged edges inside each hose, and use the clamps that you tighten with a screwdriver on both sides of the bound hoses. (sorry, not mechanically savvy) So, when you're done, the hose from the radiator goes straight into the engine. It solved my leaky anti-freeze leak, and no more anti-freeze fumes! It's been 3.5 months and no problems have arisen with the two hoses bound together. Hope that helps!
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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