heat

Asked by Jan 05, 2014 at 06:45 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Town & Country Touring

Question type: General

when I first get in my car the heat takes 3-4 minutes before it get hor. what can be the problem

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114,175

Honestly that sounds about right. It takes a little while for the engine to heat up the coolant for you to have heat.

65

Have a Shop Install an Auto Start Alarm so in the morning while having your coffee you can press the key fob to auto start your car while you finish up by the time you get into the car it should be warmed up for you

75

there isn't a problem.... that is normal.... install a remote starter so car can run a few minutes prior to getting in the vehicle. or get an electric heater that will plug into your 12v connection, you can get them at local stores, auto parts, or maybe even walmart.. goodluck!

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