Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
The front of the truck has little to no heat (living in Alaska and currently 45 below) and i've read about the blend door issues, but i can never find out if the vents up top in the back seat are supposed to be heaters or some recirculate thing they came up with?
Take and feel your heater hoses outside under the hood and see if they are both hot. There should be a vacuum operated device thats on one hose when this is closed the water flow stops. check and see if this is working. If it works the next thing is to check the heater core the best and easiest way to flush it is to just swap hoses so the flow goes the other direction. Try this and then get back with me
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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