Question about 1991 Chevrolet S-10
There are 4 things you want to check in this order.
1. Make sure your fluid level is up to specifications.
2. Make sure the fluid is travelling through the radiator freely(water pump).
3. Make sure your thermostat is opening. This requires a great deal of caution, leave the radiator cap open (if it has one) and run the engine until the top radiator hose gets hot, If you have no radiator cap, watch for water rising or dropping in the overflow tank.Also watch for bubbles within the overflow or radiator.Also put all temp controls on high on the climate control center and feel for hot air once the engine reaches operating temperature(185-200 degrees). If you don't get heat within the regular time slot of 10-15 minutes you will need a new thermostat.
4. If you discover a large amount of bubbles within the radiator or the overflow tank than you've got a headgasket situation and should not drive the vehicle until necessary repairs are made. Thank you, Dana
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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