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Blowing low heat----locate heater control valve

(1999 Chrysler Sebring)
in Kansas City, MO on December 23, 2009
can a blown head casket cause low heat------
where is the heater control valve located?
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on December 24, 2009
if you have a blown headgasket then you are lucky if the car keeps running let alone keeps you warm, most newer cars don't have heat control valves they just send hot coolant to the heater core at all times, try filling up the car with coolant to see if you can gain heat, chrysler also has a big problem with the mechanical doors that control hot/cold behind the dash
on September 21, 2010
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