1997 Dodge Ram 1500 Q&A
1997 Dodge Ram 1500 Question: Heater not blowing hot air
It sounds like your thermostat may be stuck open. A plugged radiator would make the engine run hotter not cooler. - Russ
the hot cold selecter cable could be broken' - Visitor
THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. IT DOES BLOW COOL AIR, BUT IT DOESN'T GET VERY COLD. ALSO, THE HEATER DOESN'T GET VERY WARM EITHER. I HAD THE RADIATOR FLUSHED, BUT IT DIDN'T MAKE A DIFFERENCE. I'LL REPLACE THE THERMOSTAT TO SEE IF THAT HELPS. THANKS AGAIN. JACK - Visitor
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