It sounds like that slip-up could easily happen if a person wasn't paying attention! The coolant level is good. They are cheap, easy to install and readily available at any au … to parts store. Heater core , thermostat ok, getting heat but weak. I think you'll find a simple small fix. The job of the thermostat is to maintain a set operating temp, usually 190-200 deg f. I would suggest you look at all hoses for anything obvious and if you don't find anything, go to a dealer to have it checked out.
One by the driver side floor, one in center and one by the right cowl area by the blower. If that don't work then try the other suggestions. That's another thing i'm going to address. If so, the vacuum tubing and or pull wires that change your outlets could have been damaged when the stereo unit was pushed into place. Unhooked one hose,and was going to flush the core. Don't keep it, don't buy it back …. Its a quick fix as long as that's the problem and its not the control unit.
Reconnect the heater core hoses, and re-attach the dashboard and front panel. Nothing wrong with troubleshooting the other items as this is an expensive part, but, it is a known weak point in 1995. One heater hose is warm, the other is cold. The two that control the temp and air flow are the same 6 pin plug but the cab air actuator is a 2 pin. Being a female it was the way I had to learn how to fix my own vehicle.
Any help would be appreciated. Hello Is the vehicle reaching normal operating temperature on the dash gauge? How many miles on the vehicle? We welcome your comments and suggestions. Or is that the center one? I don't see that is your problem. As far as the parts breakdown diagram the actuator I took pictures of is item 24. Drain the coolant from the core. A Chevrolet S10 truck uses an embedded heater core to circulate coolant through the radiator and heat the interior of the truck. Those things get so full of debris! We are working through some of the little problems with it and we can't seem to figure this one out.
Cant find any photos that show this. The other thing is the heater core may be plugged. Some residual coolant might remain in the core, but it will come out when the core is taken out later. Have seen it a few times. Most likely that valve is stuck. Now, I still think you have air in the system if the vehicle is reaching operating temp. Dec 23, 2010 My truck had the same issue and from I have read, it is pretty common.
Any help would be appreciated. I need to identify them. One way to check is to feel both heater hoses. The center one for temp is 6. So thats what these forums r for. .
Have you found anything since our last chat? If there is, the bearings are going and it's time to replace the water pump. Here is a link to a 1995 style dash heater box with the dash removed: You should be able to find information on this with a search, because this topic has been discussed. I can't think of anything more to tell you. In the dash because it will work sometime and it wouldn't if the thermostat was closed. If you can't loosen it up, replace it.
Could be any of these and could something else. November 19, 2015 1 found this helpful U know its not only needing a trusted mechanic. I cannot get display new anymore as it is not made. Hello - I have seen the propeller shaft so worn it was not circulating water very well but it went with overheating. Mar 06, 2010 Find the two heater hoses going through the firewall to the heater core both need to be hot at operating temp.