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Heat problems 98 dodge stratus coup heat only blowes could air.I changed the thermostat two times and it still is cold air

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  • dlong777 Jan 04, 2009

    I pressume the valve is on the inside of the car?  I don't see a thing on the outside.

  • triplecjt Jan 16, 2009

    NO MATTER HOW LONG MY 98 DODGE STRATUS RUNS THE HEAT IS NOT GETTING VERY HOT. JUST WARM

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There is a valve located on one of the heater hoses that when you select heat moves to allow heated water to flow through the heater core. Yours is probably just stuck, with heat selected on the dash try to move valve by hand.

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