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alli
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1/17/2012
05:04:35

Subject: RE: Heater blowing cold air
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i changed the tstat, coolant flush, heater core flush..had heat but
now I hear the vents pop and no heat. could it be a problem with
my blend door? someone suggested for me to take out radio and
see if something was being pinched.



DannymoparFro
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10/16/2012
15:31:26

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My blower motor needs to be replaced is there a easy way? I been told that the whole dash has to be pulled out and cost 300 to 600$ help.



robert cooper
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2/10/2013
20:09:26

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Alli, start the engine get it hot, turn heater to hot and fan to high, then go into engine compartment, you will see 2 heater hoses going into your heater core right under windshield, THE HOT ONE NEEDS TO BE ON THE BOTTOM TO WORK! I just had that problem now after switching hot as heck!



ChuckToo
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6/12/2014
19:27:34

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1998 Dakota 3.7 Heater blows cold air. I discovered
that the A/C was coming on at the same time, don't
know why. A/C works good in summer but for winter I
have to pull the A/C relay to get heat. A/c
functions perfectly in summer. Changed the dash
control module with the 3 knobs, same problem.
Anybody have any ideas?



SereneDak
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10/21/2014
21:03:52

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Just flush the heater core. You can use a 5/8"
female hose adapter from any hardware store,
plug it into the hose coming from the driver
side of the water pump, disconnect where the
two inlet hoses connect on the passenger
side(Near exhaust manifold), and flush it out.
Let the water run for a couple minutes (5-10
minutes should do it), add antifreeze if you're
missing a substantial amount, and then start it
up, test it out; I had heat before I reached
the end of the driveway(100 feet) in the last
week.



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