Question about 1997 Dodge Dakota
Had the same problem with my 97 dakota (3.9). I reversed flushed the heater core and the problem is solved... too much heat. Instead of flushing the heater core normally, reverse the intake and exit lines and flush. Whatever is lodged in the core's intake should be discharged.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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