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Chrysler 3.3 Voyager 1999 Where do i find the heater control

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Chrysler 3.3 Voyager 1999 Where do i find the heater control valve?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: UK Car
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Chrysler 3.3 Voyager 1999 Where do i find the heater control valve? as heater has suddenly stopped working, thermostat is ok
Expert:  Don 'Mo Lurch' replied 1 year ago.

sorry for the delay............
Greetings...... “Hi, I’m Don (aka MOLurch) and I look forward to helping you!”

There is NO Heater / Water Control Valve on this vehicle.
The Heater Core is a "flow thru" Core & Heat is Regulated by the Air Door / Blend Door, which is activated by the Air Door / Blend Door Actuator.
It is apprx a 7 hour job to get to the Actuator or Door, as the dash has to be removed
IF "both" Heater Hoses feel equal in Temperature when engine is at operating Temperature, then it is likely the Air Door / Blend Door Actuator.
IF "both" Heater hoses DO NOT feel equal in Temperature, then the Heater Core is clogged.

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