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2005 Town & Chrysler heat is not working properly

Temp gage comes up but heat doen't. Bearly getting any heat. Put in new thermistat and radiator cap. Are there any other snsors that could cause this problem.

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  • sgaines Feb 16, 2009

    SAame here, I think the re-circulation button might be stuck on mine, is there a way to disconnect this button?

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Check the hoses going to the heater core. if there is an extreme temperature difference you may have a heater core plugging up

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