Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
While driving down the road the heater works fine, as I pull up to a stop the heater starts blowing "barely" warm air almost immediately. This is more noticable when the blower is on high. Any solutions?
You need a new heater relay that controls the heating and cooling It is located behind the glove box and easy to remove and install a new one 3 Phillips screws turn to left to remove Disconnect the wire clip and reverse to put it all back in I've had our car do the exact same thing 3 times It's a manufacturer part defect
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
Sounds like you need to either...add anti-freeze solution to your radiator...or worse case...coolant pump is starting to fail or heater coil is clogged..if coil is suspected to be clogged....do a radiator flush...reverse and foward flush the coil only...hope this helps
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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