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Diesel cabin heat assist(webasto)sometimes work and sometimes not, although the temperature is about 2 degrees.I also have a problem with the heating (passenger side blows cold air and the driver side slightly warmer even after one hour drive)

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I find the Diesel Cabin Heater will not operate if you have less than 100-120 miles of fuel left in the tank. Next time it doesn't work look at the miles left in the tank if if it is below this figure then top up and you will probably find it working again.

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SOURCE: Heat on, blows cold air on passenger side

u will need to repair the passenger side air temp control blend door, either the door is stuck or the small electric actuator that moves it is defective.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Drivers side cabin temp controll 2001 Chrystler T&C

I have a 1998 and had the same problem It ended up being the control itsel. I changed the control and it worked.

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: When turning the heat on cold air blows from the drivers side

the vent hose behind the dash slipped off of the plastic housing.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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SOURCE: no heat only cold air

Check coolant level,sounds like air in the system, You can remove majority by taking rad cap off and kneeding the hoses, you should see air bubbles in the coolant, once done the coolant level will drop,do this several times, can normally be done with engine at standstill, but more effective with engine running, but be carefull of fan blades and belts when doing this. Suggest trying with engine stopped

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SOURCE: I have a 2004 Chrysler

My 05 Pacifica is having similar issues. Did you solve your problem?

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