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Has a over heating problem has new radiator ,thermostat its a 1991 chevy s10

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Check water pump; may have worn bearing; the revolutions may not be fast enough to circulate water fast enough.

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1994 chevy s10 getting hot. Changed the thermostat. Thermostat is good. Flushed the radiator and added new coolant. What else may cause it to get hot?


if it running a viscous fan hub( fan clutch) change that as it is not pulling air through the radiator

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I have a 1988 chevy s10 4 cylinder. Its over heating off and on for the last week or 2. I just replaced the thermostat and flushed my radiator but its still overheating


Drive the vehicle until operating temp. Turn vehicle off and CAREFULLY put hand between engine and radiator. If you feel any cool spots on your hand on the radiator side, you have blockage and are only using a fraction of the radiator to cool with. This is most likely the issue. But here is a list of what I would do first. Drain fluid. Remove thermostat. Install thermostat housing without thermostat. Run a flush through engine following instructions for deep cleaning. Drain . remove hoses. Run water through block. Make sure water can pass through. Replace thermostat. Run hose through radiator. Replace all hoses fill it back up and check again. Also replace hoses if they are old or weak. If the problem occurs going up hills but seems OK on flat ground I would blame the radiator.

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We have a 49 chevy with a carburetorated 2.8L V-6-new aluminum radiator, over heats and dies after about 20 minutes of driving-new intake manifold gasket, coollant recovery system, new thermostat-what


Thermostat installed backwards ? Radiator hoses reversed ?
Cooling fan pushing air instead of pulling ?
Head gasket leak ? Exhaust blockage ?

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It has a bad mis and running rich dark foul smelling smoke what's wrong? 1991 chevy v6 s10


possibly a faulty injector for the miss but if you have a head/headgasket problem it would account for the exhaust. Do a compression test and radiator pressure test to eliminate that area of concern

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1998 Chevy S10 heating problem


Sounds like someone put too much radiator leak **** in it or used well water and stoped up the heater core. Take the hoses off the core and try back flushing it thru the heater core. I have found this to work sometimes....good luck.

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My 1991 chevy cavalier VL/RS is over heating when I drive it just 2 miles. Nothing is leaking. What could be the problem?


Sounds like the easiest solution is the thermostat. Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine. Where it's clamped on is the thermostat housing. Remove that to reveal the thermostat.

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I have a 2000 s10 pickup 2.2. No heat.


all chevys do that same thing the only thing i can say is put a small temp in the thermostat

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Hi;I have a chevy s10 pickup 1996 no heat the radiator and heater core has been flushed twice.Also has a new thermostat and it wooked acouple days and now back to luke warm air any ideals?Thanks Randy


It is possible you have air bubbles in the cooling system. Loosen radiator cap or resivor cap and let idle for about 15 minutes. Tighten cap and drive and see if that helps. REMEMBER TO START THIS PROCEDURE WITH A COOL MOTOR AS THINGS WILL BE QUITE DANGEROUS DUE TO COOLING SYSTEM PRESSURE WHEN HOT.

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Bent A-Arm on a 1991 Chevy S10 Blazer...repair$???


I would guess $500 - $1500 to do this job depending on how much damage was done when the arm was bent.

"SMALL OIL AND TRANSMISSION LEAK AND THE RADIATOR LEAKS OUT SLOWLY." -- the radiator leak could get bad enough to require repair.

I think $400 obo is an okay price, can't get much lower for a vehicle that will get you to the store and back.

May 27, 2009 | 1991 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

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