how to replace heater core 1991 chevy S10?

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Answered: I needs picture on how to replace the heater core

i need to know how to repace a heater core on a 1995 volkswagon stationwagon passat v6

Answered: What other year model front windshields can I use to replace the one on

You need to call a Chevy parts dept and ask them or call a wrecking yard that stocks Chevy parts. They both always have the answers on year combatibility. Most auto glass shops also know the answer.

Answered: Has a 1989 chevy S10 pickup 4.3 V6 have a fuse for the fuel pump and

I found that there is no fuse between the fuel pump and throttle body, the fuel pump relay is the only interupt in the line.My problem was a blown fuse to the ECM1 that was caused by the left injecter wire shorting on the metal breather cover and a plugged fuel filter.
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Remove heater core from 1998 dodge ram/wagon

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Thrid burner on my heater keeps going out and shuting the heater off

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