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The heater i cant figure out how to turn on the heater in my chrysler sebring lxi. i turn thr thermostat to hot and turn it on and it just blows cold. it is a fairly easy heating and cooling system,but their is not a special heater button and im not sure if i just dont have it on the right setting or if their is a problem under the hood.

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  • russ_arrow Dec 10, 2008

    I have the same problem,

    The problem is that the controllor for the vents is not opening some of the vents thus not allowing air to pass through. THere is a solution becasue a dealer can reset the system.....I am still searching the web.

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Replace the thermostat it seems to be stuck

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