how to change a heater core on a 2000 dodge durango?

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Answered: I have a 2006 durango slt the a/c is not cooling ...

i have same problem. there is a problem with heater not a/c. heater control under dash not closing causing heat and a/c to work at same time. check if the rear seats have a/c coming from vents....that is it.

Answered: Remove heater core from 1998 dodge ram/wagon

I asked a mechanic friend of mine and this was his answer: It is a very detailed job that would probably take you a weekend to do. He said it is best not to do it yourself. If you're replacing the heater core it is best to go ahead and replace the A/C evaporator as well. To get to the heater core ...

Answered: My 98 dodge durango back tires lock up..at times ...

Yeah, or could be a busted u-joint which would be a heckuva lot cheaper than an axle. I had similar problems on a 90 suburban and paid over a grand for a junkyard axle installation.

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i need to know how to repace a heater core on a 1995 volkswagon stationwagon passat v6

Answered: Gas control dial on water heater tank got wet and will not turn

If the control got wet, then you have a leaky tank. It is time to replace the heater.
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Remove glovebox, remove panel under blower, remove screws holding blower (frontmost one is a bit awkward)then pull wire through frame and remove blower. I connected mine right to 12 v then and found it dead -apparently a very common problem. Found good one in my local wreckers yard -$25