Car will not warm up unless moving engine will be warm and the second you move warm air comes out. A/C works no matter standing still or moving no antifreeze has been changed for a while (2 years or more) so I cant imagine it would be air needing to be bleed. possible thermostat but why not all the time is there a sensor to prohibit cold air blowing going faulty? IDK any help is appreciated.
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1999 Chrysler 300M Question: Heat erratic blower blows but no warm air in park or stopped works ok when moving
Answer #1Johnny Mopar April 12, 2011, 16:59Master
The Coolant Temp sensor will prevent the A/C compressor from engaging if the engine temp is too cold. a failing Thermostat can be intermittent. POSSIBLE LOCATION OR CAUSE OF INSUFFICIENT HEAT
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