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Cab heater is not very hot

HI I have a chyrsler voyager 03 2.5.The heater on this car seems to take a long time to heat up and does not achieve a high temp.I`ve been using the auto function as well as the normal way including using the recirculate button,could anybody help thank you.

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Is the engine building proper temp. If not I would start at the thermosat level first.

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