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I have a 1988 v10 blazer and after i drive it warms up i get a vibration under floor pan area i cant find problem

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Sounds like universal joint or carrier bearing on drive shaft if 2 piece one

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SOURCE: My 1988 chevy sport van makes a lot of noise when

I think the fan clutch is locked up. With the engine off the fan should rotate by hand with a cold engine. When the engine heats up, the fan clutch locks up to cool the engine, and unlocks after it cools it down to approx 160 deg F. This is to help with fuel milage and noise.

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SOURCE: leaking heater core under floor

Hello, The ductwork for your A/C has a drainline running through the Firewall or floor pan. This drainline makes the sweating condensation from your A/C exit your car. If the water you see is clear and you have not lost Antifreeze, then it is simply the A/C working.

However, if the fluid leaking is Antifreeze, then the heater core is bad and must be replaced. Sometimes you have a water valve in the system and it can be modified to prevent Antifreeze from running through the heater core.

If the water lines going in and out of your heater are the same diameter, you can get a fitting and remove both heater hoses from the heater and connect the 2 hose ends to bypass the heater altogether. This will give you time to get your heater core replaced.

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My 1988 chevy v10 full size blazer has a vibration under power after it warms up i cant find any thing rong or broken

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Sixth, remove the U-joint clamps from the front yoke of the drive shaft and from the rear end knuckle. Gently prise the drive shaft from the two U-joint halves and remove from under the vehicle; set clear of work area. On some vehicles, you cannot remove the U-joint clamps from one end of the drive shaft, but this operation is still possible; it depends on your vehicle's configuration. Hopefully, you can remove the U-joint clamps from both ends of the drive shaft because this makes it much easier to remove the front yoke from the transmission. The front yoke just slips into the tailpiece drive shaft seal of the transmission and is held in place by the length of the drive shaft when completely assembled. Just pull STRAIGHT BACK firmly on the yoke until it comes out of the tailpiece drive shaft seal. It is customary for some fluid to leak from the transmission tailpiece when the yoke is removed. If your vehicle is a Four/All Wheel Drive model, repeat this operation AND Step Four for the transfer case and front drive shaft.
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With the engine running in neutral, emergency brake on and wheels choked for safety.
Crawl under the truck and see where exactly the leak is. Is it between the flywheel and the engine block --leaking straight down the center of the flywheel --crankshaft rear seal?Or the pan gasket? or even a oil galley plug?
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