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Heater control valve

Need diagram for heater control valve in 1992 dodge dakota sport truck 3.9L

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    There is no heater control valve


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Where is the thermostat in a dodge dakota 1992 located? Flushed it yesterday still just have heat blowinf ti side vents rather cool windsheild defrost. Maybe there is another problem?

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