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2006 gmc savana, where do i find the blend door

Very little heat still after changing water pump,thermostat, and heater core

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SOURCE: Need to remove the fan to replace the water pump

you need to get a fan clutch wrench to remove the fan you can get one at any local autozone or murphys parts stores

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SOURCE: 1998 Dodge Durango no heat when using heater.

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

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SOURCE: At idle, Heater Core Return Line is flowing only

two things--first replace your cabin air filter.second reverse flush your heater core with a garden hose and that should remove the build up of material in your heater core and restore the flow,hope this helps

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It is in the gas tank ,not hard depending on your experience ..But safety is a big concern . Don't use a incandescent light , or allow any one around smoking . Also have a fire extinguisher handy , and some help . Be careful not to cause any Sparks . if this helped please let us know .if i can be of any further assistance please ask, Thank You.

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SOURCE: flushing the heater core

I removed the hoses and took a air nozzle at low pressure and blew in the return hose connection of the core. A big chunk of paste like substance shot out then pure liquid. I put the hoses back on and tested it. Now its blowing hot!!!!!!!

Posted on Dec 14, 2010

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