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99 Dodge Dakota 5.2 y motor, have no heat.

I changed the thermostat, it working properly. Does this yr. Dodge & engine have a heater control valve?

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If it has a heater control valve you can easily locate it. You will find it on one of the two hoses going to the heater core. Check to be sure it is opening. Also check to be sure you heater core is not plugged.

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