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  • JOE
    JOE - 2007 Chrysler 300 - Body & Interior - 2/16/2013
    Heater works intermittent, starts with a few 'tap, tap, taps'. Temp. gauge does not work for 30+ mins., then some heat.
    Auto has 141,000 miles. The heater has not worked this winter. It appears if engine has run 30 minutes or more and is turned off, then on - seems to help. The Check Engine light is constant 24/7. I had a diagnostic test at parts retailer which indicated the ...
     
    • CVO
      2/16/2013 CVO
      Insufficient coolant , trapped air in the cooling system might not have enough coolant to full fill the heater core. Check the radiator coolant level and top it off as needed.

      Some cooling systems have air bleed valves built into the system to aid in the removal of air pockets. Advice: For many cooling systems, the method of removing air pockets is to start the engine and allow it to run with the radiator cap off or loose until all the air escapes from the neck of the radiator. For some systems this method is not sufficient, and the manufacturer has installed air bleed valves usually near or on the thermostat housing.

      If these tips had been followed and the heater is still not working, the blend door actuator may get involved. It is a servo responsible for controlling the mix of warm air from the heater core and cool air from the A/C and outside. If it malfunctions, your climate control system may not respond properly when you change the temperature on the climate control system.

      Both the manual and the automatic systems use this servo to control the blend door. If your ATC system fails to automatically change temp, this is also an indicator that the servo has failed.

      See this blend door actuator........ http://www.autozone.com/.../...rGuideContent.jsp
  • rob
    rob - 2003 Chrysler Town & Country - Body & Interior - 2/6/2013
    Fan control switch only works on high
    How do I take console apart
     
  • aguzman1948
    aguzman1948 - 2002 Chrysler Town & Country - Body & Interior - 2/3/2013
    Find fuse box location
    Horn not working.Found The Horns,checked connections .
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      2/3/2013 HouseCallAuto
      Under the hood next to the battery. Fuse #8 (20 amp) is for the horn.
  • scorpiro
    scorpiro - 2002 Chrysler Town & Country - Body & Interior - 2/2/2013
    The takes forever for wipers to come on. Also when I turn on head lights the doors lock
    Lights and. Heater also wipers having problems with them coming on
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      2/2/2013 HouseCallAuto
      The Body Control module may be having a stroke, a shop grade scan tool has to read BCM codes for the first step.
  • pendragon267
    pendragon267 - 2004 Chrysler Pacifica - Body & Interior - 1/31/2013
    Keyless entry will not lock or unlock doors and when u turn ignition off dash lights come on like the ignition is in on
    It's like ignition is on the on pasition
     
    0 answer
  • theo101221
    theo101221 - 1999 Chrysler LHS - Body & Interior - 1/31/2013
    All my gauges went out gas,rpm,speed,hot&cold gauges.. What's wrong?
    There all 0 and I took the pic at a Light
     
    0 answer
  • Sid
    Sid - 2003 Chrysler Town & Country - Body & Interior - 1/27/2013
    Why does my fan not turn off?
    My fan continues to blow even when the power button is turned off?
     
  • neoshastinson
    neoshastinson - 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser - Body & Interior - 1/21/2013
    I went to my car last night and my headlight,locks and dash ligths are all out .All fuses are good/
     
    0 answer
  • seabringSC
    seabringSC - 2005 Chrysler Sebring - Body & Interior - 1/18/2013
    What is causing my heat to come on for short bursts and quickly turn cold?
    Air conditioning is working fine. Heat began taking awhile to come on (about 15 minutes of driving until air would turn heated). Now not only does it take a long time to come on, but it will intermittently turn cold. I must shut the air off completely and try it ...
     
    • CVO
      1/18/2013 CVO
      Insufficient coolant , trapped air in the cooling system might not have enough coolant to full fill the heater core.

      The hot coolant flows from the engine to the heater core through the "inlet" hose. After circulating through the core, the coolant returns to the water pump through the "outlet" or "return" hose. Both the inlet and outlet return hoses should feel hot when the engine is at normal operating temperature and the heater is on.

      1. If the both heater core hoses were cooled, then this vehicle might have an insufficient coolant in the cooling system.
      2. If the heater core inlet hose is hot and the outlet hose is cool, the heater core might be clogged.

      Note: check the radiator coolant level and top it off as needed.

      Some cooling systems have air bleed valves built into the system to aid in the removal of air pockets. Advice: For many cooling systems, the method of removing air pockets is to start the engine and allow it to run with the radiator cap off or loose until all the air escapes from the neck of the radiator. For some systems this method is not sufficient, and the manufacturer has installed air bleed valves usually near or on the thermostat housing.
  • tosha
    tosha - 2008 Chrysler Pacifica - Body & Interior - 1/14/2013
    I can't get my car out of park. What could be the problem? I tried what the manual said but it did not work
    I removed the part around the gear and pressed the pink button with a key ad still nothing
     
  • euro access
    euro access - 2003 Chrysler Town & Country - Body & Interior - 1/13/2013
    HID conversion
    How to install
     
  • jjjr01
    jjjr01 - 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser - Body & Interior - 1/12/2013
    How to change headlights
     
    • Jimm
      1/12/2013 Jimm
      1 Remove the two front wheels - to access the rear of the headlamps and the bulb sockets.

      2 Locate the headlamp assembly splash shield in the front wheel well opening. Pull on the tabs by hand to unlock the splash shield from the headlamp assembly. Work one side off at a time. Use a flat head screwdriver to carefully pry the shield at one of the sides, if necessary, until it pops off.

      3 Use your hands to disconnect the wire bundle from the back of the headlamp socket.

      4 Turn the socket counterclockwise 1/4 turn by hand to remove it from the housing. Insert the replacement bulb and turn the socket clockwise 1/4 turn by hand to lock it into place.

      5 Reconnect the wire bundle and snap the splash shield back into place over the headlamp assembly. Test the operation of the headlamps.



  • padewjon
    padewjon - 1997 Chrysler LHS - Body & Interior - 1/10/2013
    How can I fix my wipers cheep please!
    ok so the wiper blades do not move but the motor seems to run fine. I went and looked at it and the point where the arm from the motor is connected to the arm that moves the wiper blades is disconnected how do I fix? Is this just the bushings or is it a bigger problem
     
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  • robertvarble
    robertvarble - 1999 Chrysler Sebring - Body & Interior - 1/9/2013
    Seat belt will not disengage from seat to put on
    most of the time the seat belts will not disengage from retractor sometimes they do, how do I fix this or remove the electronics causing this problem
     
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  • steve
    steve - 2007 Chrysler Town & Country - Body & Interior - 1/8/2013
    I can't read your answers. They won't load. I tried 3 different I phones.
    I can't read answers.