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Heat only comes out hot when accelerating, this van has a 3.3 liter engine. I also have this same problem on my 1994 Dodge Dakota pickup truck with a magnum v-6 engine... whats going on ???

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Check the coolant level in both vehicles, low coolant is the primary cause of this problem, check at the radiator not in the expansion tank, might be air bound,check and get back to me. Please rate my fix as i strive to be the best. Thanks Ray

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