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may have pinched the thermostat gasket...or thermostat is stuck...remove look for gasket problem or if the thermostat is not in position .. check to see if thermostat opens and closes...may be a bad one!
See if your library has a Stratus shop manual and check the heating system chapter. You didn't say if the engine was reaching operating temperature or not. If the engine is warm but you are not, I would say the problem is in the heat exchanger somewhere. If your engine is cold, you can't really expect the heater to get warm, now can you. Then you have a different problem to chase.
Lack of water on your floor means your heater core is not leaking. It could still be plugged somewhere. The fact that you get some heat initially, but it turns cold when you turn the fan on, sounds like a lack of adequate warm water to the heater core to me. If the engine is warm, it could be a circulation problem of some sort.
You have water on the floor. Freon would have boiled away immediately. I think it is AC condensate that should be draining to the ourside of your car probably through the firewall. Find the drain and make sure it goes through the firewall and it is not blocked.
well usualy that means your heater core went out and it needs to be replaced. tyr the heat and if there is no heat then have heater core replaced. if you have heat and its not the heater core then it could be the passenger door weather stripping