Question about 1998 Dodge Durango
I have a 98 dodge durango that has heat when driving around town (not very hot but still it has heat) but when i go out on the highway the heat seems to basically stop working and cold air comes in on the passenger side of the vehicle - or so it seems to come in through there. I have changed the thermostat and changed the heater core just this past fall and still feel the cold air coming through.
I'm going to try that tomarrow after I get up.hope it dose the trick
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
Provided you bled system good with rad cap off & coolant in rad isn't low, i suspect blend/air door may be malfunctioning, perhaps from a vacuum leak. You might be able to feel or see by reaching in behind dash from driver side, and look for vacuum lines & a plug going into the control. Listen for a "hiss" noise anywhere in that area as well. If you can follow the lines, would help, and pay special attention for vacuum line where it enters firewall on outside in engine area & follow it back to vacuum source too.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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