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1998 dodge dakoata pickup [heater] has 195 degree thermastat [new

At operating temp. when turned on,everything works fine. after a moment or so.It will blow cold air.It will do the same when turned off and on again.

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Change the thermostat,It sounds like it is staying closed to long.




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