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No heat in my 99 Dakota

Can you tell me where the heater control valve is located? Thanx
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There is no heater control valve on the 99, there are blend doors that open and close depending on where you want the heat to come out. Check for vacume leaks.

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Normally if you take the two hoses coming out from the heater core you will find the heater control valve if it is under the hood and sometime they are in the truck on the passenger side down under the glove box

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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