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#1 Old 12-14-2004, 07:06 PM
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2003 stratus heater problem

I have a 2003 Stratus Coupe 2.7 with the following problem: It only blows hot air when its turning over 2000 RPM. The minute I rev to that magic 2000 I get hot air otherwise only cold. this goes for defrost or floor settings. Any thoughts?
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coupe doesnt have the 2.7. you either have the 2.4 or the 3.0


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Have you checked your anti-freeze level? Could be that not enough anti-freeze is circulating through the system. Make sure you are topped off to the recommended level. Hopefully that is all it is. Good luck.
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LB3711 and Vin in Boston. Thanks for the replies, LB yea it's not a coupe it's a sedan just like yours (ES 2.7 mag). Vin, Added some antifreeze and it cured the problem. Why is it that I never think of the easy fixes first? I always assume its a major problem. thanks for the help[.
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Check to see why you were low on coolant. That stuff doesn't just evaporate. You might have a slow leak somewhere.

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