Have a 92 camaro 5.0L that is getting no heat. New radiator, heater core, hot-water valve, blower fan, pretty much everything in the heating system is new except for the water pump, but no signs of that having a problem. I've replaced the thermostat twice, just in case the first was faulty, but no change. The engine once hot (which takes about 20 minutes) sits at about 165 degrees acc'd to the dash temp gauge. Can't figure it out. Do water pumps ever " half work"? Usually they either work, or die right? It gets normal heat if the temp outside is 40 deg. Or higher, but lower than that, just cold air blowing from vents, and considering I'm in Wisconsin, and its -10 deg. Right now, driving is not fun. Any help would be great.
Monday, February 5th, 2007 AT 6:01 PM