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2001 town and country 3.8 will not heat

No pressure builds up on the cooling system

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Start the engine and drive it for 10 to 20 minutes. Stop, leave the engine running, open the hood. Feel the upper hose and the lower hose. Are they both cool? What does the temp gauge show? If both hoses are cool and the temp gauge is low than the t-stat is most likely stuck open.

Posted on Nov 29, 2013

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do you mean they are sticking?

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need radiator coolant

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thermostat stuck open ...good luck

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If everything is working correctly; thermostat, heater core, water pump, head gaskets, etc. Then that leaves the radiator cap, the overflow hose or the overflow tank as being the problem.

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