There are many types of Dodge heater control valves, and the three primary brands for the valves include AC Delco, 4-Seasons and Professional Parts Sweden. Three of the most popular are the 4-Seasons front heater valve, ... More »

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To adjust a heater control valve, locate the gas valve, do not turn off the gas and rotate the large dial to control the thermostat. Simply line up the dial with the notch at the top. More »

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Chevy heater control valves are available at eBay and Eckler's Classic Chevys, as of 2015. EBay's listings include valves for 1955 and 1956 Chevy vehicles. Eckler's Classic Chevys offers a wide range of heater control va... More »

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Chevy heater control valves are available at eBay and Eckler's Classic Chevys, as of 2015. EBay's listings include valves for 1955 and 1956 Chevy vehicles. Eckler's Classic Chevys offers a wide range of heater control va... More »

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To install a Dodge block heater, remove the core freeze plug from the engine block, install the block heater into the freeze plug hole, and connect the heater to a power source. There are different types of block heaters... More »

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Fusick Automotive Products, Inc. manufactures and sells a wide variety of restoration parts for classic and antique automobiles as of 2015, such as engine paint, stamped radiator hoses, heater control valves, power steer... More »

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The most common reasons a car's heater may stop working include too little coolant, a failed heater core or a faulty heater control air bend door. A coolant, such as antifreeze, is necessary for air to move through the h... More »