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No heat my heater motor blows but there is little to no heat coming out and my temp guage hardly moves.

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  • richard_sull Dec 07, 2008

    been replaced already and no good still the same.

  • 99durango Jan 03, 2009

    new thermostat moter warms up just no heat

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Sounds like your thermostat, make sure your coolant is full.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

  • dan Dec 07, 2008

    may be your heat temperture switch (sensor) then. good luck

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