Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
I've read through a number of problems in the forum, but my problem
seems to be different compared to all of them. When the car is at
operating temp, the heater still doesn't blow hot air, i've checked and
replaced the thermostat, but that doesn't seem to fix the problem.
However sometimes when i move the temperature (hot to cold) switch (not
blower switch) back and forth it heats up and blows hot air, but after
a few minutes it cools down again and then after moving the switch
again it heats up again, and cycles through accordingly. Anyone konw
hwo to fix this?
Thanks in advance , you replied by saying to recalibrate it, and i couldn't find a way to "reply" because i have questions to reply and that is
um, for the recalibration, my rear wiper motor doesn't work or so i was told, can the recalibration still work? and also if it doesn't work, where do i read the codes from? if this helps at all, this is a 3.0L, 6cyl engine.
You can still re calibrate it .. the codes will be displayed as flashes of the lights on the panel
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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