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HE has changed the core,,,the pick up also.. Also Checked the fuses and battery ,,, it seems the module is the only thing left,,,I was wondering,,do u agree?
The ignition module or coil could be your problem. Also, make sure that it's getting fuel.
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1991 s10 heater core
HI, not to long age i replaced my heater core in my 1991 Chevy S-10. Its not as hard as you mite think it would be, but its no a walk in the park.. :) There are a few things you need to remove. First the glove box door, ash tray, the panel that surrounds the stereo and stereo, also the tray that holds the ash tray and last inside the glove box there is a small plastic panel at the back remove that and that should do it if I remember right. Ok now the fun part, be prepared to get your hands a little bite beat up, you are going to need a lot of extension for your wratches, some antifreeze and lots of pattions also about three hours. Injoy Blake.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
If you haven't done so already, have the cam and crank shaft position sensors checked, or replaced, You have replaced everything else.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
email@example.com fuel pump is located in the gas tank pop the hood to right of carb or left side look for a black cap that looks like a tire cap it will be on a metal pipe fuel pipe take it of have somebody try to start truck then push the little valve if gas comes out the pump is working if not fuel pump coil i think is mounted left side of motor as you look at it pull coil plug then take some rubber coated needle nose pliers hold near the coil look for blue ark remember this do not hold coil wire with bare hands or bare pliers it will shock you real good my buddy had just a bad coil wire so he got a whole wire set frm autozone they also have a web site autozone,com that will have trouble shooting for your truck let me no what happens
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
, do a simple test on the charging system...check battery voltage. should be 12v or better. start engine & check volts at idle, no accessories on. volts should read 13.5 -14v. Turn on all accessories(including headlamps on high) volts should drop slightly but should not creep down. Definitely not below 12.5. If voltage drops lower than 12.5, the regulator (in the alternator) is not working. either change regulator or change entire alternator. Alternator drive belt should have sufficient tension so that alternator cannot be turned easily by hand. If it can, check belt tensioner.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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