Yes, the heater hoses both seem to be hot. What should I try next? The
weather was colder today (below 30) and the cabin barely got warm. Any
help is appreciated. I posted to my previous post also! Here it my
Plymouth Grand Voyager with 105,000 miles. 3.3 L motor. Here's my
I Replaced thermostat weeks ago - still no heat
Then flushed system including heat core - had a full stream of water
coming from it. When doing this I noticed a leak in the water pump and
had it replaced also. Still not much heat to speak of, but does seem a
tad or wee bit warmer. NOT NOW THAT THE TEMPS HAVE DROPPED AGAIN!! What
to do now? Do I still need to bleed the system through the heat
sensor???? How can I do this? I tried to loosen the nut head under the
sensor but it would not budge. Is there a special
Appreciate your time and help! THANKS!
One question........ is the heater hose going into the firewall as hot as
the one coming out at operating temp?
If the heater hoses are hot going in and hot going out you don't have a
problem outside or in the engine. You have a problem in the dash with one
of the blend doors not working properly. A scan tool at the dealer would
verify if the doors are closing and opening as they should. Or you may have
an issue with the control head and once again a scan tool would verify that
I just had it tested today and the tech said it was a faulty thermostat -
even though it was just replaced less that three weeks ago. It is opening
at 160 degrees instead of opening at 195 degrees. I will be getting it in
soon and hopefully this will finally solve my problem. Thanks!
Just had the thermostat replaced with a genuine MOPAR. Still no better.
The technician was sure this was the problem. What to do now? He too is
out of next options. Everything else (according to him) checks out fine.
Where should I look now???
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