1998 Ram 2500 Heater Problem
I've searched around and found lots of forums talking about "sortof" my issue, so I thought I would post "exactly" my issue and see if any of you "more qualified than me" guys out there could help a brutha out.
I have a 1998 Dodge Ram 2500 Laramie. I bought it two years ago, and I've never had "good" heat.
The temp gauge never really gets to good running tempurature. (I'm not sure what the temperature should be but lets put it this way, at 12 oclock high is 210 degrees, My needle stays pointing at 10 oclock all the time. never goes higher.)
Anyway even after an hour in the truck with the heater on the whole time, I get luke warm air coming out of the vents. If i put it on high, I get cold air. I have to leave it on the third setting or I freeze.
I've changed the thermostat, I have the heat checked, and the hoses are hot, but none of the heat is getting in the cab. I've also checked the control doors and it seems their opening just the way they should be.
AC, I get lots of air, and its freezing cold. Heat, nuthin!
So what would cause poor heat?