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Cold Heat in a Sebring

When I turn the heat on in my 2001 sebring it never warms up and blows cold the entire time. I was thinking of replacing the thermostat as a start. Any other suggestions.

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    replaced thermostat, warm cold conditions car temp will spike out of nowhere.

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I would have the heater core checked. It could be something as simple as a fuse but unlikely. not likely to be the thermostat as that would make the car overheat if it wasnt working.

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