1998 Dodge Durango Q&A
1998 Dodge Durango Question: no heat
I would start with replacing your thermostat and coolant. Inspect all of your cooling system hoses and replace if Soft or swelling, hard or brittle. You can remove both heater hoses from the heater core and run water through it with a garden hose to make sure the heater core is not plugged up. - Johnny Mopar
Some vehicles may develop a musty odor coming from the HVAC system, Dodge has issued a cleaner/disinfectant and a coating for the evaporator designed to inhibit bacterial growth.
I had the piggytail wiring replaced in 2010 and a week later I had to replace the risitor as well because it blew out. The it blew about a month later and I had to have the resisitor replaced again...
when the inside car heater working AND PUTTING OUT HEAT it not over heating, but it there no heat coming in the car. it will over heat all this started like a month ago.
5.7 hemi replaced no rear heat. could something have not been reconnected.
the blower dosent work at all now and have no heat in the front only in the rear idk what it is and trying to fix it myself do to a lack of money...