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2006 town and country fan blows cold air all the time

No heat from heater even when engine is warmed to operating temp.

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Change the heating core. Sometimes dificult. Located under the dash.

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The heater blew cold all the time in my van when I was low on fluid in my radiator as well. Worth checking before spending the money on a new heater core.

Posted on Mar 29, 2013

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SOURCE: blowing cold air when heat is on

air blend door jammed, or you have lost vacumn to the diaphram that opens and closed that door.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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SOURCE: 2001 crysler town & Country

Hello Justin.
If your thermostat has been replaced with the proper one your engine is heating up.
The problem then becomes twofold.
The amount of coolant/antifreeze flowing through the heater core or a problem with the airflow over the core inside the heater plenum assembly.
I would check for coolant flow through the core first.
If the heat feels like it is warmer coming out an outlet with the fan on a low setting rather than a high one your heater core isn't flowing enough.
To verify you can also check the two hoses that go through the firewall to your heater core once the vehicle has been warmed up, feel the temperature difference between the two. They should both be almost hot enough not to hang on to and close to equal temperature. A hand held temperature gun is really handy for doing this.
If one is hotter than the other your heater core has restricted flow and will need to be flushed or replaced.
Next is to check your temperature blend door operation.
Move the control to hot and cool and listen for the door to move and feel for the temperature to change, if it does at all. The fan on low setting is best to listen and feel temperature changes.
If you feel a temperature change or hear the door thump at each end of it's travel it is OK.
If you have more questions on this problem leave it in "add a comment" and I will return your question.

KL

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Van doesn't warm up in cold weather.

thermostat stuck open ...good luck

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Heater blows cool air & never heats up.

I changed the thermostat. It works like a charm now!!

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: 2001 Town and Country limited heater issue

need radiator coolant

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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