Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
Have you tried or looked into the heater core? is there any coolant within the cabin of the vehicle? have you had your cooling system serviced? Did you check the glycol level just curious, because lack of heat would not really be a fuse issue unless no power or your blower motor was not even coming on,. Simple thing is there a fresh air option that might be selected and your truck is letting in cold air mostly instead of keeping that closed and heasting up. Try to see how much heat you get on recirculation, as if you are getting some heat and have changed the thermostat, and water pump and your coolant is good, look into heater core.That would not allow you to get heat so worth a shot to elimate simple variable then look into that. :)
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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