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I have a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 2wd w/ 5.9l., I have flushed the entire cooling system. I am running at about 190-195 consistently. Took the glove box out and the heater core is very very hot yet i cannot get the heat that it should be. Both the heater hoses are very hot hot. Dodge dealer said the mixer door is probably the problem, but wants 400= to fix it. Is there any way to find out if that is the real problem and should i leave it to the pros to fix? Please help me! Winter is fast approaching and i need my heat! Thank you,
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