I have a 2005 Chrysler Sebring, and when the car is idling there is cold air on 2005 Chrysler Sebring

coming out of the air and defrost vents, but when i accelatarate it is hot air coming out. What is causing this problem? Could it be low on ANTIfreeze? Or could the thermostat be going out? The air conditioning works great, don't understand why this is happening.

by in Rock Island, IL on January 05, 2013
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2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by , January 05, 2013
What engine?
COMMENT by , January 05, 2013
2.7 liter 6 cylinder
COMMENT by , January 05, 2013
I hope it ain't the thermostat on THAT engine! Make sure it is full of coolant. It sounds a little like the water pump inpeller may be worn thus pumps more coolant at higher rpm. Good luck.
ANSWER by , January 05, 2013
maybe your blend doors are acting up