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What's this part on top of the engy on a gmc sonoma 98 It gfs site going into radiator has the 2200written on it

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SOURCE: drain plug for radiator on 2002 gmc sonoma

Provided it is still the OEM radiator in the truck you should find it on one of the bottom corners of the radiator.

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98 gmc sonoma heat works of and on


All kinds of things to look at.
Start with coolant level in radiator. Very often if the radiator is low, the heater will not work, or work well, because if there is air in the system, air will rise to the top, leaving the heater core with an air bubble.
Whenever you replace any hose on the car, you must run the engine with the heater on at a medium high RPM (1500 RPM) for a while (5-10minutes) to "burp" the air from the system.
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Then there could be a partly plugged radiator, a pinched or crimped heater hose, or the heater control might not be allowing the hot water to flow fast.
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If you have a sealed system, you might VERY carefully feel all the hoses to determine the heat inside the radiator after the motor has been running for 10-15 minutes.
Thermostats can get stuck in the "open" position, requiring replacement before you will get heater heat.

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Is the belt diagram sticker still on the top of the cross brace where the radiator is or on the inside of the hood?

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Hello,

Open the bonnet of your 1998 GMC Sonoma, look under the radiator, you will see a hose/pipe coming out of the radiator going into the engine of the 1998 GMC Sonoma. Remove the hose and the coolant will drain.

You will see a screw holding the hose to the engine, get a screw driver to loosen the screw so that the hose can be easily removed.

After draining, pour more water into the radiator to flush out the coolant entirely from the radiator.

I hope this helps.

Good luck.

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I am a GM mechanic at a dealership in Texas. I don't see much in the way of problems with this truck. If it has a 4.3 V6 then you have a good engine. The only real problem is intake gaskets leaking coolant. Keep the radiator flushed, and do the regular maintenance and it will serve you well. Good Luck

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