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1998 Dodge Durango no heat when using heater.

Problem: Heater blows cold air.
Changed the water pump due to bad bearing on the main seal.
At the same time changed the thermostat because the vehicle has 162k and figured it should be replaced. 195 degree thermostat.
Checked coolant flow through the radiator, upper and lower radiator hoses, and hoses to and from the heater core.
Inlet hoses were warm during vehicle operation and return hoses were relatively cool.
Coolant seems to be running freely and the analog temperature gauge stays at around 145 degrees during operation in the wintertime. Outside temp has been around 30 degrees farenheit.

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  • eric_fuller Jan 09, 2009

    kdc744 asked if I have rear heat, the anwer is no.

  • kevin carpenter May 11, 2010

    do you rear heat ?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    took my 2006 buick lucerne in for oil change and barrings replaced on vehicle and air filters replaced as well and the inside indicator that gives outside temperature is stuck on 30 degrees

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    no heat,. temp gauge up and ,down, replaced therm. 2 times, all hoses, water pump, radiator, can I bypass heatercore blockage

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    2001 4.7 l. V8. It is still overheating.

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    sounds are near heater core, no significant loss of coolant

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BLEND DOOR STUCK OR BROKEN. NEEDS TO REMOVE DASH AND HEATER/EVAP CORE BOS TO REPAIR REPLACE.

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I would assume that you might have a bad head gaskit.

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