Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
Just beginning to need the heater and realize that it's blowing only cold air out no matter how long I let it run or what settings I put it on. The a/c is working fine, and the heat was too until just recently because I used it for defrosting the windows not too long ago. I haven't noticed any leaks anywhere. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks in advance for any help available from a single mom!
Misty check the water level in the radiato...if it is low the last thing to get any water is the heater core..if low you will need to find the reason...like a water pump or headgasket leaking
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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Posted on Nov 09, 2009
To hohohornet, there is no heater element on the 2003 Caravan. There is a heater core (is like a miniature radiator), but I dont think it's got a fuse to it....
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
I would say to check all of your fuses and make sure that there isn't one going to the heating element. If fuses are good, also check the element itself. It shouldn't be too bad of a fix and you could also go to any parts store and they would gladly check for you. Good luck!!!
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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