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I have a 1995 dodge caravan and im trying to locate the air valve that contols the amount of heat for the heater?i have hot water going in and out of the heater core but my heat on the inside is luke warm at best?any advice?

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  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    my 1995 neon does same thing



  • RICHTERPHIL Dec 26, 2008

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM ON A 98 CARAVAN WITH A 2.4L

  • 240cpa May 11, 2010

    Are all of you sure that you have properly functioning thermostats on the engine? Do your engines run at there normal temps? The "air valve" is tied to the switch on the console that you move to give cold or heat to the cabin. Follow the link and you will find it next to the heater core. Unless the console switch is moving freely with no resistance, you haven't lost connection to the rear switch.

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240cpa is right.dodge caravan does not have a heater control
valve and coolant constantly crculate in heater core . use the temperature contorol on instrument panel if you notice no change in heat your blend door in heater box is not moving . and as 240cpa mentioned make sure the t stat is not stuck open.

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