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Heater not working correctly

1999 Dodge Ram, My heater will not heat correctly, we have replace the thermastat, flush the radiator, etc. If I unplug the air conditioner will that help? It only blows out luck warm air right now.

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  • bowtie01 Dec 27, 2008

    when i rev up the engine i get good heat , but at idle it blows luke warm , can you help

  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2009

    heater only blows luke warm air i replaced thermostat

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You might have a blocked heater core,the core looks like a mini radiater

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