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2002 Jeep heater

My heater doest heat very well

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  • leaning_r Dec 22, 2008

    I have some heat not very warm approx 100°F. Dealer changed heatercore waterpump thermostat still not any better.
    Is there a mixture control or water cutoff like in late model cars used to cut waterflow to the core when heater was off?



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Check the coolant level in the radiator.....if its low you wont get much heat

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