it's leaking coolant. Needs to be replaced.
heater core plugged or air locked check to see if hoses going to heater core are hot
needs heater core replaced wost likely be hind the glove box
The heater core is usually your last resort. So now start from the end to the beginning, core, thermostat, flush, hose, fluids. Follow the trail and your bound to find your answer.
What do you mean by "has no heat"? No air blowing out, blowing out cold air when heater is on, blowing nothing at all? Heater not turning on? What specifically is happening?
The heater valve may not be engaging or the heater core may be blocked.
No one knows if:The heater is NOT blowing - or blowing on high speed only, or... The heater IS blowing, but the air is NOT hotEither way, the "Related Questions" below will get you started
thermostat probably stuck open needs to be checked or replaced
Sounds like the heater core may be plugged up or the heater damper door is broken. See "Related Questions" below for more
Dodges are good for blowing fuses. If that is not it, the fan switch might need replaced.
sounds like the thermostat is sticking
If your heater core wasn't leaking at the time your radiator was replaced , then ( no ) That would be two separate jobs
either the fuse that was put has too much wattage or not enough
faulty control valve on heater or air in the lines
If your heater is a heat pump , then yes.
Low coolant and a clogged heater core are possibilities.
If you feel no air blowing at all (when you are not moving) then your fan is not blowing. If it is blowing air, and it is cold, when the heater is on, then most probably your heater core is leaking, or is clogged. These are easily replaceable and go bad all the time in older cars.
Could be a bad thermostat or heater core
You may need to replace your Thermostat or your Heater Core.
I need mine replaced too. I'm tired of smelling anti-freeze while driving.
thermostat needs replaced
The problem is the blend door, not the heater core. Any mechanic worth anything should have checked and replaced the blend doors while it was apart to replace the heater core. Check heatertreater.net for diagnostic information and some real help.
This would indicate that the system is low on coolant when the gauge is hot. Not enough coolant to service the heater core.
well you could just turn the heater off heater blower ---- If it is a car heater then check your coolant level. the heater is driven off a heat converter that is fed by the radiator system. When the coolant fails to pump round the radiator system the car internal heater doesn't work. Driving without coolant in the system will result in the engine overheating and seizing.