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Chrysler Town and Country, Dodge Grand Caravan, Dodge Caravan, Heating / Cooling, Van
#131 of 199 Re: 2003 Chrysler town & country van heater blows cold air when idling [jbob1315]
Dec 20, 2009 (6:21 pm)
I'm curious about this too. My wifes van is having the same problem. Continues to blow cold up to the 2nd hash mark on the guage, then about a minute later it drops to just between the 2nd hash mark and the 1st hash mark. At this point, it starts to produce heat. When I come to a stop, it starts to blow cold. I'm figuring there maybe is a valve problem not activating when the vacuum is higher?
#132 of 199 Re: 2003 Chrysler town & country van heater blows cold air when idling [irritated2]
Dec 21, 2009 (3:56 pm)
did you ever find out why heat would get cold while idiling. Please e-mail me back at Tsher.1netzero.net
#133 of 199 heat that goes cold when driving
Dec 21, 2009 (6:19 pm)
i have a 1996 town&country 3.8l and the heat when driving goes cold i put a t stat flushed heater core un hooked rear heater core still no heat at idle i can get some heat the fans turn on but once you start to drive heat goes away also rad is only 5 months old
#134 of 199 Re: blower fan wont shut off on 2003 town & country van [jbob1315]
Jan 07, 2010 (9:10 am)
I have a 02 Grandcaravan, and have the same exact problem you experienced with the blower fan not turning off. If you solved your problem, could you please tell me how you fixed it?
#135 of 199 Re: blower fan wont shut off on 2003 town & country van [jim3020]
Jan 07, 2010 (11:13 am)
No, my problems was the heat would get cold when stopped at a light. But it would warm up once the van began moving. What we did was replace the water pump, and it seems to be better.
#136 of 199 long time for heat 2005 T&S ltd
Feb 07, 2010 (10:57 am)
I am new here and have an issue and would like some info that I see going around.
1.) my minivan takes forever to get warm air inside, before we bought it used with 35,000 miles a year ago, the dealer told us they had addressed the major powersteering and water pump issues. however in winter it takes forever for hot air to get inside the car, once it comes it seems to work fine but it never comes at idle (even 20 minutes) and only comes after 5 miles beyond teh temp guage going to its max reading.
2.) the rear ac evaporator seems to have been cover for at least some years and models beyond the typical warranty, can anyone tell me if the 7/70 extrension I have seen on this post covers a 2005 T&C ltd? and what the speicif info I might need to get a copy. I do not have the problem but would like to be well armed if ti occurs.
#138 of 199 aircondition problem
Mar 16, 2010 (3:57 pm)
i bought a t&c last year and love it but the aircondition started to act funny it used to blow real cold then only out the passenger side now nothing at all all hot air the system is full and the compresser works so i'm stuck anyone have an idea of what the problem might be i appreciate all inputs thanks