Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
I have checked fluid they are okay, I have replaced the thermostat still no heat. The hoses to the heater core has one warm to hot the other cold. Where do I find the heater control valve, its a 1999 Durango with a 5.2 engine
It sound as if there is the possibility you have a heater core that is plugging up.....restricting the coolant flow and in turn providing no heat....that will require th removal of the heater/acox
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Had a friend with a simular problem, and as it turned out for him was he had climate control heating which means drivers side climate could be set at 72 degrees and passenger side set at 72 degrees or what ever desired temp, when selecting the temp for the passenger side it would always be cold,
as he found out when operating the heater controls the littles doors the direct the airflow were stripped out under the dash, he took it to a dealership and they were able to oder the peices to fix the pivots for the doors.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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