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Dodge ram 2500 heater not hot, do you know if it has control valve

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If the heater hoses are getting hot to the core (check under the hood) then the problem is more than likely the air temperature controls blend door, it is either stuck or the tiny drive motor is defective, in most cases both are in need of replacement.

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