2002 Dodge Caravan Q&A
2002 Dodge Caravan Question: heater
same problem...added antifreeze and water to raise levels and was fine for a while...happened again and I changed the thermostat...still no heat...any answers out there??? - mdeebs1
you are losing coolant from somewhere. If you do not see any leaks get a coolant system pressure test. my guess is probably head gasket needs to be replaced. - Visitor
after having the symptoms and changing the thermostat without any luck, I took the van to the shop. The tubes that carry the coolant to the back blowers of the van (dual heater controls) were leaking. We had them replaced and everythin is fine now. - Visitor
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heater blows cold air
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I changed a faulty heater control module (the controls under the radio), and when I plug that in, my gauges quit working...