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The heater core on a Dodge Dakota is inside the HVAC housing, under the dash.
You will need to remove the water lines from your 1995 Dodge Dakota truck heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
heater core is leaking.
This is my son-in-laws truck. I have to fix it
A possible cause could be that you have a clogged heater core.
Cause its broke!
It is located behind the passenger side dashboard. The dashboard has to be removed to replace.
Lots of things.But probably a clogged heater core.
Depending on where you buy it from, between $45.00 to 250.00 dollars.........
I wouldn't think you could flush a heater core. you can flush a radiator. Heater core you would have to replace if it is leaking or stopped up
rite against your firewall under the hood
your heater core is leaking. Needs to be replaced
When changing the spark plugs of a car, it is important to remember the correct gap size. For a 1993 Dodge Dakota the spark plug gap size is .035.
You will have to disconnect the liquid line and the accumulator from the evaporator tubes in order to remove the heater core.....
Dodge Dakota was created in 1986.
The Dodge Dakota was in the Dodge car brand until 2009, and was sold as the RAM Dakota until 2012.
Drain the water from the cooling system. Remove the water hose from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
"Does the top or bottom heater hose from the firewall go to the water pump on a 1991 Dodge Dakota V6?" The top heater hose from the firewall goes to the water pump and the bottom hose from the firewall goes to the top of the block where the temperature thermostat housing is located.
yes, many will take the v8s and drop them in where the old 3.9 wer without changing transmissions
Yes, replacing the heater core should slove the problem.
The Dodge Dakota was originally taken off of Dodge in 2009, then renamed the RAM Dakota until 2012.
under dash on passenger side inside the cab
Sorry bad news Your heater core has a leak
The heater core is in the worst possible spot. First you have to remove the dash and it is right behind everything to the right of the steering column. Good Luck.