2007 sebring has slight amount of heat on left side of dash and cool air on right side,that is with the heat control all the way up,this car does have automatic temperature control. help.

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Asked by Nov 26, 2011 at 08:55 AM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring 4 Dr Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

heat problem,antifreeze turned to jello,had system flushed twice still the same ,this heat problem occured before the jello issue.thanks.

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Terribly sorry to tell you, the problem lies in your air box. Automatic control systems have a module activated blend door. It sounds to me like the blend door is stuck. Either by a broken door or bad module. this will cause the directing warm air in one direction and cold air in the other problem. To check this turn the heat form hot to cold and listen if you can hear the blend door moving. http://www.chryslerforum.com/forum/chrysler-sebring-14/02-sebring-temperature-control-hvac-2710/

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thanks dan,best advice i received yet,now if door is broken or module is the problem,how hard are these issues to mend and can the average car guy like myself do the repair.go easy on me,THANKS AGAIN.

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815

Basic systems is where I specialize. When we get to vehicle specifics I need the use of All Data online or Mitchell on demand. I strongly recomend a print out from one of the above mentioned guides (available at most parts stores). In most cases the module can be changed with slight to moderate difficulty because it is in a tight spot. otherwise its simply one connector and three or four screws. If the problem is the blend door the A/C system may need to be discharged and opened, this is better done in a shop. If the A/C system is opened you will need to replace the orifice tube and receiver drier. Good Luck

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done the on and off heat switch and the blend door seems to move ,something moves,weather it is moving all the way or not.don't know.thanks again,very helpful

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