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Minimum heat coming out of vents - Neon Chrysler Cars & Trucks

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  • linda_copena Dec 16, 2008

    Temperature gauge is between medium and low

  • linda_copena Dec 16, 2008

    I would say it takes around 10-15 minutes. And by the way thanks a bunch you are very helpful.

  • linda_copena Dec 17, 2008

    I'll get someone to check it out when I get home from work, and thanks again.

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Linda, 1st thing to check is coolant level. If it's low u will get no, or little heat. If that isn't it, let me know what's going on with the temperature gauge. Is it in the normal range, running hot, running cold?
so let me know, we can continue from there.

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  • Curt Downs Dec 16, 2008

    ok linda, that might indicate a thermostat that's stuck open. When the engine reaches a certain temp, the thermostat opens, allowing the now hot coolant to circulate thru the radiator to cool it and maintain a specific temp for peak perfornance. If the thermostat is stuck open, the car is slow to warm up, and actually doesn't completly reach operating temp, which would cause a little or no heat situation. Does the car seem slow to reach the medium/low mark on the gauge? How long to reach it (5min. 10min. 30min...?)



  • Curt Downs Dec 17, 2008

    You are welcome a bunch! There are 2 other possibilities to the minimum heat problem, there is a small door that opens under the dash to let the heat in when u select the heat switch on the dash. The door can be stuck closed (or mostly closed). Last, it could be a heater core that is plugged up w/ corrosion and rust, preventing proper circulation of hot coolant to provide heat. To replace the heater core is a labor intensive job- it's a mini radiator under the dash that provides the source of the heat. The heater core is the last thing to check. Let me know what u find, or if u need more help. Curt

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