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2008 Sebring No Heat, P0118 code


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rick24wag
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Apr 27, 2022, 5:59 PM

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Hello, my daughters car has some issues. She has a 2008 Chysler Sebring 2.7 liter. The heater wouldn't warm and it took a long time for the engine temp to start going up. It had an error of p0118 so i changed the temp sensor, flushed the coolant, replaced the thermastat. I'm still getting the same issues. The bleed valve i have looks to be bad. I have this part for my bleeder/water/coolant housing https://www.rockauto.com/info/162/04892116AC-0001__ra_p.jpg

What else should I test? When I rev the engine the rpm won't go above 3k even if I put the peddle all the way down. If it warms up a lot then it revs like normal. Heater will start after 30 minutes or so. I don't think fans are starting like they should and I don't think coolant is running through engine as it should. Any help is appreciated. thanks so much


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Apr 27, 2022, 6:42 PM

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Do you still have the P0118? Any other codes?

Is the bad CTS circuit causing the fans to run all the time?

Are both heater hoses getting hot to the touch?



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Nacho
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May 12, 2022, 1:43 PM

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Those Chryslers products have a chronic problem with the all of their actuators. If hoses are both hot, you can bet on a blender door actuator not functioning.
You'll teach them to fly, but they won't fly your flight; you'll teach them to dream, but they won't dream your dreams; you'll teach them to live, but they won't live your life; however, in every flight, in every dream, in every life there always be the print of your lessons taught (Mother Theresa)






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