Question about 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab
I have 2000 Dodge Dakota with a 4.7l engine and this winter I am not getting much heat from the heater, the engine temp is 90c and trying to locate heater hoses but the only hoses runnign through the fire wall are a set of a/c hoses, plus another set which contain a very light oil. Does this heater have an exchanger in the engine to heat up the oil instead of using coolant from the engine? If so how can I get more heat again.
Hi my name is Allen!
The first thing to check is the coolant level, if the coolant is full and the heater core hose is extremely hot to touch, then you may have a door problem. If you like we can work together on this problem. First check the coolant level. Then run the engine until operating temperature, grab each of the heater core hoses and let me know what you find.
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