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2002 chrysler Town And Country heater not blowning hot air. only blowns warm if that. Where is the location of the heater water valve. Is there anything esle that I can check. Thanks

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The cheapest way is to replace your thermostat and flush your system.it might have a restriction in the cooling system.good luck

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