Having problems with your 1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager ?

My heat started blowing out warm air. I reversed and forward flushed the system several times, still the same. I bought a Heat Control Valve and replaced the vacuum hose, still the same. I bought a Climate control Head, still the same. I took it to a mechanic and put a new radiator, cap, thermostat and heater core, still the same. He said that the Climate Control Cable could be stretched and not allowing the door to work properly. I took the cable off the Head & held the case while pulling on th

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-10-2018

Answers :

Hello, my name is Ben. Since you stated it got a little hotter when you manually pulled on the cable, it is possible that the plastic where the cable ends hook could be worn excessively. Have you tried to manipulate the door by hand, totally eliminating the cable? I don't think the cable could stretch, it's a pretty tough cable and I think the plastic would wear before the cable stretched. I think a more likely cause is worn plastic where the cable connects.
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