check your rad fluid. If it appears to be full leave the cap off. You may have air in the system. Watch the fluid it will start to circulate when the thermostat opens. watch your temp gauge it will tell you when it is up to temp. Just like the cap says DO NOT OPEN HOT !!! Also check the thermostat if it does not start to circulate. I just went through the same thing on my 98. If bleeding the air out of the system does not work try this. With the truck running check the temp of the coolant lines going to and from the heater core. (about 1-1/4" in diameter hoses that go to your firewall.) As you face the engine the left hose is the inlet hose and the right is the outlet hose. If the inlet hose is warm-hot to touch and the outlet hose is cool then you may have some blockage in the heater core. Now turn your heater fan off or to low speed and check the outlet hose again. If the temp is rising the you still have some flow through the core and may be able to flush the gunk out. I went to the hardware store and purchased a female garden hose replacement end that would fit a hose with a 5/8" ID. Take off the clamp that you would secure the hose with and just use the barb end to insert into your heater core hose. With the car off and the engine cool remove the right outlet hose from the waterpump. Then the left hose can be split at the union fitting that is about half ways to the heater core. Now you can try to flush the core. Insert the hose barb that you have purchased into the right outlet hose and move the left inlet hose away from the engine so that you don't spray water on the block or manifold. Turn the water on and flush the core. You will probably see some grey water come out of the inlet hose. Run till clear. Turn off the water. Remove the hose from the outlet hose and move to the inlet hose. Flush again with the water running in the opposite direction till the water is clear. I had to do this about 3 times till the core was clean. I did use hot water but I don't think that is a must. After you are done flushing replace the hoses and add coolant to the radiator till full. Start the engine and let it idle till the the thermostat opens. You should see the coolant rise and then fall in the radiator neck as the air is bleeding out of the system, replenish the coolant as it goes down. . While the system is bleeding you should be able to feel the outlet hose get warm. If it is you should have heat. Good luck and be careful.
Check coolant level Perhaps thermostat is sticking and needs replacement
It is more then likely your heater core. is it fogging up in your vehicle?
The average low temperature in Fargo, North Dakota in the winter is 6°F while the average high temperature in winter is 18°F. The average low temperature in Fargo, North Dakota in the summer is 60°F while the average high temperature in the summer is 82°F.
The coldest recorded temperature in Fargo, North Dakota was -51 degrees Fahrenheit on January 22, 1922.
South Dakota winters can be cold and snowfall is prevalent. Average temperature for January is 10 degrees F in northeast South Dakota and 25 Degrees F in southwest South Dakota. In February of 1936 McKintosh, South Dakota saw a record low of -58 degrees with the windchill factor. The temps dropped to -100 degrees. The highest temperature ever recorded in South Dakota was 120 in Gann Valley. The lowest temperature ever recorded in South Dakota was in McKintosh -58. Both of these temperatures were in the same year, 1936.
1992 dodge Dakota 5.2l 318....192 F thermostat
The highest recorded temperature in South Dakota was 120 Â°F / 49 Â°C on July 15, 2006 near Fort Pierre, South Dakota. Yes, temperatures regularly reach 100 degrees in the summer in South Dakota.
The lowest recorded temperature for Fargo, North Dakota was -87Â°F in 1887.
The highest recorded temperature was 114°F in 1936.
there is a rev limiter in the computer to keep you from blowing your motor.
It is under the alternator.
Depends, but a normally running engine will have fluctuating oil pressures depending on engine speeds and loads. Generally speaking, as long as you have oil pressure, you're good, and at idle, good oil pressure is typically 35 psi or more, and 15 psi or more is acceptable for most engines.
I changed my tps sensor on my 2001 Dakota and it solved this problem.
The North Dakota winter can be as low as minus 60 degrees F with high winds and blizzard conditions.
The highest recorded temperature in South Dakota was 120 degrees F at Usta SD on 15 July 2006.
This depends on the time of year and the part of the state of South Dakota you are in. Normal Annual Average Temperature for South Dakota [1971-2000] is between 41 and 48 degrees Fahrenheit. Normal Annual High Temperature for South Dakota [1971-2000] is between 77 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Normal Annual Low Temperature for South Dakota [1971-2000] is between 0 and 13 degrees Fahrenheit. The highest recorded temperature is 120 °F (49 °C) at Usta on July 15, 2006 and the lowest recorded temperature is −58 °F (−50 °C) at McIntosh on February 17, 1936.
The normal July temperature in South Dakota in July is 74Â°F (23Â°C). The daily low temperatures are around 59Â°F. The high temperatures can exceed 98Â°F.
If a Dodge Dakota misfires under acceleration, the problem is either the spark plugs, the coil, or the distributor. It could also be a problem with the fuel pump, fuel filter, or the carburetor.
She has attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
thermostat probably stuck open needs to be checked or replaced
The lowest temperature ever recorded in South Dakota was -58 degrees Fahrenheit on February 17, 1936.
The lowest temperature ever recorded in South Dakota was -58 degrees Fahrenheit on February 17, 1936.It was minus 58 degrees F on 17 February 1936 in McIntosh near the border with North Dakota.
Overdrive might not work on a 1992 Dakota because there is a problem with the transmission. The shift solenoid or a belt is not functioning properly inside the transmission.