I have a 98 Dodge Dakota 5.8 liter. I have replaced the heater core. I had to pull the dash and disconnect all wiring. After I connected all wiring and replaced the dash, I have a problem. When I hooked the battery up, the blinker and high beam lights on the dask stay on all the time as well the break lights don't work. The truck starts and runs fine, all the other lights seem to work ok. Most of the connectors have different male and female ends. Could there be a set that I may have incorrect?
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i just pulled my heater core from my 97 dakota. first pull the negitive cble from the battery next start with pulling all the plastic from the dash and kick pannels. Next yu need ti pull the bolts from the dash and under the dash. third drop the stering wheel and let it set in the seat. Forth you need to pull your heater hose lines loose from the heater core and your evaporater from the cooler. next you need to pull the passenger side of the dash out about one and a half feet to get the heater box out and to put it back together go in rev the way you took it out.
Disconnect the battery positive cable on the left strut tower.Drain the
radiator, and disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core.You have
to remove every bracket attached over the heater core.After reaching to
the remove the screws and cables and pull it out.And now you have to
reverse the process .VOTE FOR ME IF IT HELPS
no not on this one. The dash will need to be remover or pulled back about a foot. Then you will need to disconnect the heater and a/c hoses going into the firewall. Remove the box and split in half. one side will hold your heater core and the other is the evaporator.