Question about 2003 Chrysler Sebring
I am having the same concern. What I've found was a leak in the air bleed manifold(water outlet housing) or whatever people want to call it. It is located just to the left of the intake manifold. The leak allows air to get in the system. When air is in the system the coolant is not getting to the temp sensor when at idle thus blowing cold air. If there are no leaks and the coolant level is OK then the system can be bled with the bleed valve on the housing. Of course there could be other reasons for the leak besides the housing.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
I would say the heater tap is not functioning correctly they run on vacuume so it could be anything from the heater tap itself is faulty or there is a hole in one of the vacuum hoses that run the climate controll system for the car, thats why extra revs more vacuum means you get some response from the heat. best bet, vacuum test to determine if that could be the problem, if vacuum is fine begin tracking down the heater tap, im in australia so am not familiar with the make and model you drive but they are in one of two places on the heater hose leading from the engine to the fire wall or in the blower fan heater box assembly. hope i have helped.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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