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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!!!!

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  • cold in MD Jan 20, 2009

    I am having the same problem with mine.... A friend told me to have the heater core replaced. The part is cheap but my understanding is the labor is intensive. Think I'll call a few shops to get the cost to have them do the job.

  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    I changed the water pump on mine and it is doing the same thing now. NO heat. Had awesome heat before now nothing!

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I say heater core needs to be replaced

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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!!

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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