I discovered this situation while fiddling with the selector knobs in the dash. I still haven't fixed it completely. I removed the air position selector knob, the rear defrost button in the center and a little diode in the center that lights up when the rear defrost is on. Somehow I haven't got everything aligned and when you put everything back and snap the knob in to seat it, it's somehow forcing the system into defrost mode, which I assume is a fail-safe mode. I have removed the button from the center and now it seats and everything operates fine. I don't have the actual answer, but I know my '95 Stratus started doing this. I took it to the dealer and they told me that a solenoid need changed. It was only $35 for the part, but they said Chrysler had made a change that would require the entire computer to need changed IF the solenoid was changed. I told them to put it back together. Later, I remembered that it had happened previously, but started working after the battery had gone dead. Therefore, I made the deduction that by disconnecting the battery, I could reset the computer and make it work. The process worked and I have had to do it 3 or 4 more times. It always fixes the problem! Much cheaper than the $800 dollar computer they wanted to sell me. All you need to do is remove the fuse from the interior fues box, turn the car to ON (no need to start), turn the car off, replace the fuse, and all should be fixed. This is for if all speeds work, but it only comes from the defrost vents. If ONLY high works, then it is the blower motor resistor, which is a cheap part and can be found under the passenger side dash. Also an easy fix.
no it is manual
Trish Stratus isn't coming back. EVER get it through your heads people
thats because your blower went out
The AC is probably coming through the defroster because the air door is stuck. The door is behind the dash and is vacuum controlled. A vacuum leak or bad door will cause this problem.
There is scientific evidence that all animals have evolved through natural selection.
sounds like a vaccum line is off. Do you have an aftermarket stereo? I could also be the switch, but I would bet on a vaccum line, search for a diagram then go from there.
The diagram for a 2000 Stratus water pump and cooling system is in the Dodge Stratus service manual. The manual can be purchased through most auto parts.
The three ways natural selection can affect a population is through directional selection, stabilizing selection, and disruptive selection.
Through the dipstick tube with a funnel...
The evap canister is under the Stratus body, near the filler pipe. The canister helps control fuel fumes through the charcoal inside of it.
All species can, and did, evolve primarily through natural selection.
Natural selection acts on the genotype, but indirectly, through the phenotype.
Charles Darwin contributed to the evolutionary theory through study of natural selection.
Immunology relies on both negative selection and positive selection. Negative selection, or non resultant, provides for discounting a method of treatment. Positive selection, or improvement can at times be found by elimination through negative selection.
Yes, penguins, like all animals, have gone through natural selection. Scientific evidence supports this notion.
small vacuum hose in engine compartment is cracked
A bad heater core / it needs to be replaced
No, acquired traits do not have the heritability natural selection needs to cause evolution through individual selection and into populations.
Natural selection is when genes are passed on naturally through animal intercourse. Artificial selection is when they are passed on unnaturally through human intervention examples would be breeding and artificial insemination.
Through the process of natural selection, I am the one answering this question and you are the one asking it.
No, the smallest unit that can evolve through natural selection is the population.
A High resistance wire, such as NiChrome; the wire heats up when amperage flows through.
Through ongoing natural selection a population adapts to its enviroment
Remove fuel tank access through top of tank
no, the computer controls the fuel pump through relays