Question about 1990 Chrysler Imperial
First thing to check is your coolant level. If your coolant is low you won't get any warm air from your heater. Check the level in the overflow first. If you remove the rad cap, make sure the engine is cold.
Next easiest thing to check is the thermostat. Warm up the car and check the top rad hose. If it stays cold to the touch you probably have a bad thermostat. It's a fairly cheap and easy fix.
Hopefully you're just low on coolant.
If neither of these help there are a couple other things to try but these are the best places to start.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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