Question about 1997 Chrysler LHS
I have a 1995 LHS when you turn on the heater it starts blowing heat then it becomes cool no leaks found, blows fine, just blows cool after a brief moment PLEASE HELP
The Problem is your Heater Core. I have been looking in the Archives to find a Diagram and Location on your Model But, Have had no luck.
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