2005 Chrysler Town & Country Q&A
2005 Chrysler Town & Country Question: heater blows out cold air
when the car is warmed up, the heater blows out cold air. 14580 - Visitor
Sounds like your thermostat has failed and thankfully stuck open. When this happens your car will not get up to running temperature. If it was the other way, stuck closed your could overheat. One way to know for sure: - when the car is cold. - Lift Hood and feel the top hose going from the engine to radiator. - Then turn on car and feel again If you feel coolant/water moving through when you first turn it on and it is cool/cold then your thermostat is stuck open or missing, sometimes people will remove if it gets stuck closed. Simple DIY repair, but make sure to keep track/a hold of those bolts when you remove the thermostat housing. I lost one and had to get a ride to get a replacement one, not fun. - Visitor
When you cut the heater on the vent blows out cold air. There is not heat in the car at all. No defrost.
blew radiator hose off added antifreeze heater does not work only blows out cold air radiator hoses are hot also heater hoses seem to be hot.
heater blows air however it does not warm up. What could be the problems if its not the heater hoses?
the driver side blows out warm air and the passenger side blows out cold. Any suggestions
If the heater is on and no heat is felt from the right side dash vents, there may be a problem with the blend air door shaft; a revised part is available to address this concern.