i have a 2001sebring the car gets warm, but I don't get any heat the larger hose on the thermostat is also cold, could this be a bad thermostat

Asked by Nov 25, 2013 at 11:58 AM about the 2001 Chrysler Sebring LX Coupe

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Look at your temperature gauge. Normal operating temperature is 195°F. If your thermostat is stuck open the gauge on the dash will read considerably below that. Or you can get a laser type thermometer. Go on a 30 minute drive and measure the temperature of the thermostat housing. If it's cold or cool, thermostat is bad. If it reads 195°F or slightly higher thermostat is good but heater core is clogged. HTH. -Jim

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