I have a 2010 chrysler sebring that the heat is not working correctly so i want to disconnect the heater hoses and blow the heater core but not sure how to do it on this newr car it is not set up like
Not exactly sure if this will fix my problem, the heater blows hotter on the drivers side and
gets cooler as you go to the passenger side, it knocks the chill out of the air but doesnt
heat the car interior up to keep you warm
Reprogram bcm if the battery dies it forgets. So one side works halfass the other cooks you outta the car.
Or not at all
what do you have to do to reprogram the bcm
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