CHRYSLER SEBRING SENSOR PROBLEM
2004 Chrysler Sebring • 156 miles
My heat stopped working on my 2004 Chrysler sebring 2.7L engine. if I drive for a long time and a 50 or above speed my heat will some times work. but stopping and going my car does not heat up at all. filled with coolant. wondering if there is a fuse for the sensor or if the thermostat is the problem or sensor.
Check fuses then see ifyour actuators are working on heater box under dash, they are either vacuum or electric that also controls heat.
Those work I just dont know were the fuse for the sensor to the thermostat is. my thermostat is either bad or the sensor. how would I truly know?
Check for a coolant leak then have it pressure tested if the actuators on heater work. if t stst was bad it wold becold or hot all the time.
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