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1996 M.Carlo Z-34 3.4ltr v-6 Changed noisy water pump, added fluid, engine warms up but there is no coolant flow. Changed thermostat, still no coolant flow when engine is running and warmed up. Also n

You may have gotten the wrong pump. Some are reverse rotation, depending on your belt routing. Remove the thermostat and see if the coolant is flowing in the PROPER direction.

Feb 11, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Overheating problems for 1987 chevy K5 Blazer

Is it possible the replacement engine has a water pump that turns the opposite direction from the original ?
The thermostat has to be open to allow flow thru the radiator, have you tried running without a thermostat to check flow ?

Jul 24, 2012 | Chevrolet Blazer Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2000 chevy impala my heat doesn't work,

first it to verify the coolant flow. I suspect the heater core isn't flowing, you may need to take a garden hose and take both heater hoses off, and flush in both directions to clean the heater core. flush in both directions until you get clean water flow. I am assuming the coolant level is OK, and the water pump is pumping and the engine is getting warm enough.

Sep 15, 2011 | 2000 Chevrolet Impala

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I need to know the proper coolant flow direction for a 1998 chevy S10 2Wd 4 cyl 2.2L engine? trying to diagnose an overcooling/ coolant flow problem

Coolant is brought into the engine (water pump) through the lower rad hose then circulated through the casting holes around the cylinders and back out through the thermostat to the upper radiator hose. The coolant will also flow through the heater core from the thermostat side of the engine to the return line of the engine. Is this the answer you seek? Let me know. Thanks

Dec 24, 2010 | Chevrolet S 10 Cars & Trucks

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I need a fan belt diagram chevy van 350 tbi -88

Be vary careful I think that it may have a reverse flow water pump. You can install the belt two different ways. Both will work but the wrong way will shorten you engine life a whole lot. Try your local library for a book on you car.

Aug 25, 2010 | 1988 Chevrolet G20

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White smoke and lots of it , mainly at iddle,antifreeze and water is going somewhere.

More them likely bad in-take gasket or head gasket, did it over heat, a block test is what need;s to be done to pin point the problem.The white smoke you see is steam from your coolant or water getting in to your cylinder's.

Jul 02, 2010 | 2005 Ford F 350 Super Duty

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What causes a engine not to heat through out?

Make sure theres no air in system..Your heater core could be plugged..Your fans may not be working,Or it very possibly could be the water pump.Or the radiator could be plugged not letting it circulate water..Could also have thermostat in backwards causing it not to flow also..Hope these help you find your problem and good luck Have a Great Day...

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Car runs hot in idle

I would try the themostatic fan clutch

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