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My 2004 Chrysler Sebring heater works about 30% of the time. The other 70% it blows cool/cold air. Also without my touching the dials will change from floor to defrost on its own quite often. This morning I noticed that it switched from heat at the floor over to cool air up on the defrost while I was accelerating up a hill. Any help would be great. Curtis in Branson

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Ok Curtis... There may be a problem with the relay switch on this Sebring also check if the heater core is all the way open there should be a valve on the inline under the hood.

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