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No heat through vents 2004 sebring convertable

No heat through vents

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    jondcrny56 Feb 04, 2013

    had car in shop all day-no heat at all. then heat started coming through and still working to this day. no repairs made

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What is the problem here first because that should be good since your motor is cool

Posted on Oct 26, 2012

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SOURCE: Heater Problem: 2004 Chrysler Sebring Convertible

First off, time for a thermostat change if not done recently. Where does your temperature gauge ride when at normal operating temperature? Same as usual, or lower? As far as fan goes, sounds like fan resistor has gone and will need to be replaced. I'll double check to see if it's an inline resistor, or part of blower motor & get back to you. Are you planning on attempting all this yourself?

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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