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Engine takes forever to come up to temp

Had new thermostat installed a year ago.andit was better. I just drove half an hour in city traffic and engine was still not up to temp.I called dealer and was told these engines just take along time to warm up.I think thermostat is faulty again but they do not want to repace it

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  • waynea136 Dec 18, 2008

    Air is warm from heater but until guage on dash finally gets to running temp it is not real hot.Guage gets to 3/4 of the way to running temp then takes forever to get the rest of the way.As a result air is only warm coming out of heater.I drove this morning for 15 minites part at 80 K and it still will not come up to running temp on guage.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    have installed 3 new thermostats, last one is a chrysler thermostat installed 3/24/14



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Is your heater blowing cold air even after thirty minutes? If it is blowing warm air you might suspect a faulty temp sending unit. I hope this might help you!

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