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1996 Chevrolet Express Van Base 1500 135 WB

1996 Chevrolet Express Van
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Rear Wheel Drive, 1500 135" WB
15 mpg city / 19 mpg hwy
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June 23, 2012, 4:15 am

Mark C
 

Question: engine coolant leaking and verified the location but what is the part name?

my 1999 chevy express van is leaking radiator fluid. I verified the leak is coming from a "part" that's located under the vehicle (under the passenger seat) and I'm trying to find out what this part is. The "part" is connected to a metal / aluminum pipe via rubber hose / clamps, it's a small black device with some sort of sensor that's connected onto that. Do you know what this part can be and do you have instructions as to "how to" replace it?


July 2, 2012, 9:41 pm

Tyler O
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Probably a heater core? If you describe it this way to the parts guy at a dealership he should be able to help you? They can pull up a diagram also to help locate the exact part.


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