Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
You have a blocked heater pipe or pipe running to heater, some vehicles have a electric valve on the inlet pipe of heater that open & close allowing water through, they sometimes become stuck & need replacing. Also the system may have air in the system, you will need to bleed it.
But If you have water bubbling up in the header tank (expansion bottle) if you see when engine warms up water rising in it & also dropping in it, then your water pump will need replacing, because it is not pumping the water around the system.
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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