Question about 1998 Dodge Dakota
I have changed to new thermosta, replaced rad cap. Good heat on switch one and two but, as soon as i go for higher blower range it will blow cool air? Lots of heat on the motor?
Sound like you have a plugged heater core. But two things you need to check first
1). is there any air in the cooling system. Check this by removing the radiator cap when engine is cold and vehicle is on level ground. Is the radiator level all the way to the top? If so...
2). Check to see if your inside heater/cooling doors under the dash are working properly. If so you most likely have a partially plugged heater core.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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