Question about 1999 Dodge Dakota
It sounds like your heater core is leaking. Check to see if your coolant level is low. A radiator pressure test will show a leak. coolant may be dripping down from the heater air box drain hose. Replacement of the heater core is expensive. you can bypass the heater core, to keep you on the road, by looping one of the heater hoses back to the engine....but you will have no heat. Here are a couple of sites for reference;
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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