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98 Dodge Durango only blows out cold air out of my heater please help

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If the heater core is getting hot (check hoses under the hood for being hot that go to the core) then you have a failed air temperature control door (referred to as a "blend door") issue, in most cases the door warps and this causes the little motor drive that operates the door to fail due to the stress of the warped door being difficult to move. To remove the these parts for service/replacement you must remove the dash assembly form the vehicle.

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In this order check the following:
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ok, missed the part about the rear ac working, the part that causes this is called the air temperature control blend door actuator motor, it is an electric motor driven gear drive that moves the plastic door inside the air ducking to mix or shut off the hot or cold air from the ac evaporator core or the heater core, you will need to replace it.

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Hi Bri,

That is usually the first symptom of low coolant. Not enough water in the system to circulate through the heater core. Has it been running hot?

Check the coolant level in the radiator

Best regards,
Mike

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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