To replace a 1988 Dakota heater core, first discharge the A/C. Then remove the lower instrument panel before removing the heater box unit.
thermostat probably stuck open needs to be checked or replaced
Was the gasket replaced? Have you checked the hose and the heater core. Is everything tightened down?
The coolant is low, probably from a leak. You need to have it checked with a pressure testor.
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.
there is no fuse for a block heater the block heater is installed in the oil cooler on side of engine a lead goes from heater to plug in at front of engine this heater is plugged into 110 power from house.it is not controlled by anything in the truck if it is not working have the wiring checked and have the heater checked wiring for block heater is sold separate to heater,and costs about 80 bucks,heater cost about 70 bucks
have you checked the fuses? if so, maybe the heater core needs replacing
Have you checked you heater control valve or heater core if working properly.
You have to be more specific. What is not working?
Have you checked the heater core? It's happened to me before.
You put a for sale sign on it!
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
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!
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.
The heater motor blower might not work in a 1995 Dakota because the wire harness behind the glove compartment came apart. The radio might not work because of a fuse.
Have gas line and all gas fittings and connections at water heater checked for gas leak. Should not smell gas at water heater.
There are a few potential problems possible. Plugged heater core, collapsed water lines to or from the heater core, low radiator coolant, engine thermostat stuck open, or a faulty damper in the heater ducting.
Before you begin to focus on the the fan itself, have you checked the fuse that controls the fan to see if it's burned out? It might also be that the fan switch is bad.
It is because your heater is having to heat up so its blowing cold air out while its heating up.This means your heater is not very efficient and it needs to be checked.
You will have to disconnect the liquid line and the accumulator from the evaporator tubes in order to remove the heater core.....