Question about 2006 Chrysler Sebring
Why do my 2006 sebring heater gets cold when I stop but heats up when I'm driving? When I'm at stop it gets cold. When I give it gas it heats back up.
To stop my heater from getting cold whenever I came to a stop, I fixed the problem by adding water to the coolant system with the car running. I added water and waited for about 30 seconds to watch the water go back down and I continue this process until the coolant reservoir was full and stop going back down. I now have no problems with my heater and it even gets hotter than before I did this process.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
Sounds to me like you water pump is weak and can make enought flow unless the Rpm's are higher. or you could just be low on engine coolant and have an air bubble stuck in you heater core, i wouls start by bleeding and filling your coolant system to make sure that there is no air trapped in the system. and if that doesnt fix it then i would be looking into getting a new water pump and thermosat
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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