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Heater not working in 1999 dodge durango

No heat. Flushed cooling system and heater core. Replaced thermostat, still no heat.

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it's about 350.00-500.00 pain in the @#$#whole dash must come out are smelling something comin from your vents

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a bad heater core will just leak. it could leak alot. do you ever smell antifreeze? check the coolant level. it can get pretty low before it will overheat. the thermostat should be ok but there could be corrosion. when you had the water pump replaced was the cooling system flushed? 2001, its probably due for a flush. what coolant does it take? (green or orange)

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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Bad NEW thermostat? I had the same problem on my first generation Dakota. The problem for me turned out to be the DODGE thermostat I used to replace the old Dodge part. I went and got a Stant from local auto parts store using the standard temperature spec and quit shivering the next time I drove it. I hope that helps!

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Test for blown head gaskets, combustion gases can be tested at the radiator neck with engine running

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SOURCE: 1999 dodge durango heater core

It's a big job. Drain the coolant down, recover the freon in the ac system and disconnect the lines and heater hoses. Lower the steering column, remove the instrument panel assembly, remove the heater housing. Split the case halves on the housing and there you are. Usually around 500 to 700 dollars at a dealership.

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Why is there no heat?


there could be a air lock in the cooling system and the heater core is full of air
bleed the air out or have an accredited radiator shop do it
make sure that the heater control valve is getting the signal ( cable, vacuum etc ) from the heater control switch ( climate control module) to turn the coolant system on to the heater core

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1999 Dodge Grand Caravan heat is cold


There are two possibilities, one is the thermostat. Many people remove them which spoils the whole heating / cooling system. Since you changed the thermostat, I would check the heater valve on the heater which allows the hot water to circulate through the heating system.
It may be necessary to remove the heater box and flush the heater core since you talk about a lot of rust, which could have clogged the heater core and / or the pipes leading to the heater.

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Replaced the thermostat and water pump in my 1998 Dodge Durango and flushed the cooling system but it still won't blow heat. What's the next thing to try?


Check the two hoses going to the heater core.
They will be in the engine compartment on the passenger side fire wall.
Touch both hoses. There should be only about 15 deg. difference between the two of them
If one is hot and the other is cool then the heater core has failed and needs to be replaced.
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1999 dodge dakota blows cold air at idle but heat warms up when revved. would like a solution to this heater problem. I live in alaska and need the heat to function properly. already flushed the heater...


Sounds as if the engine is not building up temp due to cooling system working. If engine temp gage is reading low try covering 1/3 of radiator with a piece of cardboard "Bumper side" to reduce the cooling effect.. just watch temp and out side temps if warming up outside or heavy driving remove the blocking to allow full cooling

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1999 Dodge durango heating sucks and leaking coolant now


Smelling antifreeze indicates to me you have a crack in the heater core. Most are made of plastic. This shows yours is metal. I guessed on 2WD or 4WD and size of engine.

http://www.autozone.com/cooling-heating-and-climate-control/heater-core/spectra-premium-heater-core/979573_717836_0

Unlikely to be frost plugs unless you ran the system without antifreeze and the block partially froze. When they freeze fully, the plug pops and out and you lose all the coolant when it thaws.

Finally, this is a common problem with the Durango! As my learned colleague says, replace the thermostat as it needs to be fully open to let water flow well to the heater core.

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1999 Dodge Durango is not getting enough heat. Replaced thermostat and still not much heat and the temp gauge only goes to about 150 degrees. Please help!!! My wife is so COLD!!!!


Make sure you chek out the coolent level and if the level is fine, the next step to go is the heater core. it should be one of these 2 solutions!!

Jan 17, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Durango

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Heat 2001 dodge durango


a bad heater core will just leak. it could leak alot. do you ever smell antifreeze? check the coolant level. it can get pretty low before it will overheat. the thermostat should be ok but there could be corrosion. when you had the water pump replaced was the cooling system flushed? 2001, its probably due for a flush. what coolant does it take? (green or orange)

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