This guide can help as well Here is what it will be like for your car diagrams Below. This, if coming from the heater vents, most likely means that you have some sort of leak in the heater core. I know that I for one am real tired of it and I am about to trade it. If you notice any damage, replace it with a new hose from O'Reilly Auto Parts. The way the car was telling me that there is a problem is whenever I tried to put fuel in it, the pump would cut out.
Lower the steering column, remove the instrument panel assembly, remove the heater housing. For this reason always leak test a replacement heater core before installation. The hoses carry engine coolant which is also known as antifreeze or anti-freeze through your engine and will eventually wear out. Hello, Yes you have a blend door actuator that is probably out which is common on these cars. Its all complete step by step procedure: ---- How to replace heater core for All car models? Seems like once that was replaced, the short occurred. So many other people out there are having the same problem.
Since one end of the hose goes to your cabin, you could see leaks at the back of your engine compartment. I also get water flushing under the dashboard. I love how they make everything so confusing. Either it is a loose clamp or possibly a defective heater core. So, when your Dodge Journey is having problems and you can't explain them, look further. This could be a heater door--actuator motor problem in the heater.
Took me a while to figure it out. Some possible causes are: failed thermostat, failed water pump, broken water pump belt, low coolant level, failed cooling fan, failed electrical cooling system, failed heater core, leaking hose, air pocket in cooling system, failed radiator cap, failed radiator, cracked head, cracked block, failed headgasket etc. How to replace heater core on Buick Regal? Do your other checks, if things are not working out. Fl3tch answered 5 months ago It's a plugged heater core. But maybe not we hope. A heater hose moves warm coolant from your water pump through your heater core and back again. We carry the hoses and fittings you need to complete your repair.
Mary answered about a year ago I have the same problem with my 2010 Dodge Journey it blows hot on drivers side and cold on passenger side. The video above shows to fix minor leaks in the coolant hoses in your 2010 Dodge Journey. If they are, then the blend air door is the problem. Let me know what you find. Usually around 500 to 700 dollars at a dealership. Please let us know what happens. I suggest you to go through this related help links.
Usually it's located under the glove box on the passenger side. Dec 05, 2016 Figure out why and correct this issue. I am not spending another nickel on this problem. Jan 16, 2013 Cold on drivers side and heat on passengers side, actuators working properly and blend doors are moving. I have taken several pics of pump failures with a plastic impeller. Once the fuse was replaced, I was able to pump gas no problems. With the wheel off, you can remove the plastic fasteners holding the battery access panel bottom front section of inner wheel well.
A few weeks went by and we started to test the blending doors. If you had problems with your blower speeds before it died, you have a bad blower motor resistor. If you have a coolant leak, and if your cabin isn't getting warm, check your heater hose. That image Parts® Dodge Heater Core, Journey Partnumber 68038538Aa regarding 2010 Dodge Journey Parts Diagram earlier mentioned is classed together with: 2010 dodge journey parts diagram,. According to the owners manual for the 2010 Journey, they are all located under the hood. Take care not to damage the fins of the heater core when removing. I should also mention that when we hooked up a scanner to it, there were two faults that were totally unrelated to the blending door actuator which stated an open circuit.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010 Most likely neither is the problem, to verify the heater core is ok go under the hood and touch the heater core coolant supply hoses hot engine one will be really hot and one a little cooler, if this is the case the heater core is ok and you have another problem, that other problem is most likely a failed part or parts called the air temperature control blend door motor or door is defective. In 2010 Journeys with the 3. Since it only worked for 10 seconds, I would suspect that you have a couple of wires melted together some place. It then would have issues changing the air-flow from your feet, to your face, to the window, etc. A few years ago, I had a fuse blow on me on the air bag system.