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2003 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport with no heat

Van does not heat and blows cold air. Engine remains cool and does not overheat.

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Seeing if anybody knows the height of an Avan Erin 2003 model poptop caravan, when the roof is down. Has a air con on roof. Wanting to put in a garage. Van is in another spot. Thx

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    van over heated, put A new thermostat but stil over heating

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Check the coolant level. b-4 you start vehicle in morning, open radiator cap then start vehicle if level drops add until full then replace cap.

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You may have air trapped in the lines to or from the heater core.
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It's more difficult without direct radiator access and may require several cycles of hot/cold to allow refilling through the overflow.

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i would suggest that it is the thermostat in need of replacement... how cold is it there ?

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sounds like you have a head gasket problem, no too uncommon on these vans.

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