2005 crysler t&c touring interior heat problem
once the car heats up we will get warm air for a while then it will go cold this car has the upgraded auto heat by setting a temperature last year it worked fine
Check your anti-freeze level. If its low fill it and then look for a leak. Could also be the thermostat.
I put brand new water pump new hoses new thermostat heat come than gose to cold
I'm going to say you either have an air pocket in the cooling system, the blend door motor is bad or blend door itself it broke or stuck.
It takes a gallon of water everytime u drive it an there's no leaks did a pressure test on radiator and it holds so where's the water going it doesn't overheat he comes and goes
If it takes a gallon every time you drive then it's either leaking out or into the engine. Pull the oil dipstick and see if it's overfull and foamy.
The oil is clean
Then it's leaking externally. Can only be one or the other. You've eliminated the internal. Check you're hoses(upper- lower radiator, heater hoses front and rear, any and all bypass), heater core, intake gasket, water pump gasket(s), thermostat housing gasket.
It's all brand new
Doesn't matter. Some part(s) of your cooling system is leaking. Plain and simple. Have a mechanic look at it.
I am a mechanic at a shop
Then use Mitchell on demand. Why are you on here?
Seeing if any one had the same proems
Ahhh I see. Well like I've said a few times now its leaking out somewhere.
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