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Blowing cold air when heat is on

2001 town & country blows cold air with heat option is on. no overheating, all fluids at correct level, blows luke warm air when at higher speeds.(sometimes) The overflow and main are both clean, not rusty or dirty.

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  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    No heat but doesn't over heat

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    what would make my car only blow out cold air when I put on the defrost

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Air blend door jammed, or you have lost vacumn to the diaphram that opens and closed that door.

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