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The car is hot but it does not heat up only when I go fast an stay going fast but when I go slow it gets cool again.

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If the check gauges light comes on then it is just a broken gauge

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First things first, check the coolant level in the rad and overflow. If that is correct, you are probably in need of a new thermostat. They are a common problem on a lot of Chrysler products, but they are fairly cheap to replace.

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