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My 2002 dodge stratus heater quit blowing air. i can feel a little heat when the car is moving but at a stop none comes through. Can you tell me what this might be? Its warm but its like the fan dont blow it through.

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  • antonihicks Dec 15, 2008

    my car doesn't blow out any heat but it isn't runnin hot

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My 2002 dodge stradus does not blown hot air at all..

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Paulae, the problem is you need a new thermostat...

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