Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
I got in my car today and turned it on to let warm up when i returned ten minuits later i noticed that there was not heat so i tried different setting but nothing just curious to what might cause this problem
It can be several things, 1st to check is coolant level. If the level is too low, it won't circulate thru the heater core, and no heat. 2nd, check the thermostat. If it's stuck open, your car will not heat up and u will not have heat. 3rd is the dash control that calls for heat. If u have trouble w/ the vacuum control when turning lever to heat, it won't open the valve to allow the hot engine coolant into the heater core. 4th a plugged up heater core, due to corrosion buildup, coolant can't circulate, no heat. That should cover the possibilities, start w/ the easy cheap stuff, and work your way down the list. Let me know what you find, and if this doesn't fix it, we can continue on.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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