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2000 dodge durango heater

My durango heater works as in the blower and stuff but the heat coming out is minimal and just enough heat to keep ya from freezing to death,, and really cold weather no chance its enough to keep the windows defrosted,, ya totally have to dress warm while ya drive in it only time it has ever improved by 50 % is when a guy bled the air out of the radiator and bubbled the air all out and there was a alot in there and after it was better for about 10 miles maybe then back to barely enough

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    Jeffrey Turcotte May 30, 2017

    Hi kimberly Knapp, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? So is the coolant leaking out? More air got in? Could be your heater core is clogged up. Your core is difficult to replace, but a radiator shop can flush it for you.



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