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2001 Town and Country limited heater issue

On our 2001 Town and Country the heater has begun to blow only cool air, and at the same time, I have noticed that the engine temp guage has started staying at "C" instead of mid-range as usual. I have no idea where to start but it seems electrical.

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  • ridinaharley Dec 15, 2008

    Thanks for the reply...coolant is full

  • ridinaharley Dec 16, 2008

    Thanks for the replies. I took the housing off to check the thermostat, and it fell apart in 3 pieces. Replaced the thermostat, topped off the coolant and its working great!

  • rmcatee Jan 14, 2009

    I had the same problem. Removed the thermostat housing and found the thermostat had broken on one side and blocked the opening. It wouldn't operate properly and wouldn't allow the coolant to heat up.

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I think you should check your heater core. It is the little looking radiator next to the big one on the drivers side.

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Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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    David Johnson Dec 15, 2008

    If coolant is full your and your coolant is not ever getting hot, your thermostat could be stuck open, also you have a vacumn controlled heater valve in line with your heater core, it may not be opening to allow coolant to circulate inside the heater core.

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