Question about 1998 Dodge Durango
Could be a heater core plugged or improper adjustment on the heat exchanger cable. Turn your heater on high and go under the hood and feel the two hoses on the passenger side coming out of the firewall. See if both hoses are hot when the engine is at operating temperature. If they are both hot then there is probably a problem with the cable adjustment or heat exchanger door not functioning right. If only one hose it hot then your heater core is plugged which means changing the heater core or you can take it to a radiator repair facility and they can hook up to your vehicle and can sometimes clean your heater core. We have had success at doing a bunch of plugged heater cores this way. Worked in most all cases.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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