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Will only blow cold air , sometimes it will blow hot

It is a 1998 chrysler concorde with a 3.2 liter engine

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Sounds to me like a blend door problem or blend door actuator problem

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  • darrellbig Nov 23, 2010

    If it blows hot/warm until the car gets to the desired temp and then starts to blow cold would that be a blend door actuator problem? If so how would I correct the problem.

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Engine size irrelevent. but sounds remarkably like you have your thermostat is either damaged or missing as this can cause the system a very long time to heat up blowers? if not then you are looking at something like an air block in your initial system. have you done any major work on engine which would involve empying your rad? if so then the later is true but if not then you might just get away with a new thermo.

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