Question about 1998 Plymouth Breeze
The temperature gauge is always on cold when i am driving the car and the heat only blows out luke warm air. but when the car is idling in drive it starts to heat up but then when i start to drive it, it goes back down to cold again.
Your thermostat is stuck open - if you replace that, you'll be fine (may as well have the coolant flushed as well, since you'll lose a decent amount of it when the thermostat is changed).
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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your thermostat could faulty.when it stuck open it won't let the engine heat up to the right operating temperature and will be blowing luke warm to cold air out of the vents.have it replaced that should solve your problem
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