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1997 Dodge Dakota: from heater, changed thermostat and no difference

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1997 Dodge Dakota (3.9L)Low heat output from heater, changed thermostat and no difference.
your heater core is most likely partially blocked causing the poor heat condition you can try removing the heater hoses and flushing the core out with a garden hose
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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Thanks again, works great now.
no problem glad to help

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