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Heating Problem w/2000 Plymouth Breeze.

1 - The air (heating or Cooling) only blows on High, none of the other settings work. Plus the heat is not working.

2 - I changed the thermostat yesterday and the heat is still not getting hot.

My question is - how do I get the heat to work and the air to blow on all settings?

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  • sheilamshaw Nov 19, 2008

    Mine is doing the same.. Last summer had the cooling system flushed out and was told it was rusting. The thermostat and radiator cap was replaced and now heater does not get hot and im losing antifreeze somewhere.

  • thxgod2 Nov 25, 2008

    Mine is doing the exact same thing...don't know what to do

  • malcolmgllsp Jan 30, 2009

    where is the electronic flasher located on a 2000 plymouth breeze

  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    I have a 1999 Neon and the heater blower works and the car heats up as the temp indictor goes to the middle but only cold air blows out ? Anyone know what the issue may be ??

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Sounds exactly like what my mom's car was doing as for the blower only working on high. It was the resistor... I assumed it was the climate controls and replaced them but it didn't change anything then i thought that i must be the blower motor and replaced that too but it turned out to be the resistor which is under the dash on the passenger side of the car.

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Replace resistor block for air speeds
check fuses first then relays for heat

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After I had my Neon’s radiator flushed my heater stopped working. What happened was the junk from the flushing collected in the heater core. I hooked up a hose to back blow the heater core and got sprayed with junk. But it cleaned it out. Now the heater is working better than ever. I hope this helps.

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