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Heater not working

Only cold air coming out no matter what setting its on. went to jeep and apart from wanting to charge me over a grand to take out the dash they left me pissed off. can i fix this myself? If so How? My 95 jeep grand cherokee has no heat, before it completely broke down it had a loud sound if i put it to defrost i can feel heat coming through but not much but enough to keep the windows defrost. but when i turn it to the vents, it will blow hot air for about a minute or two and then will be cold again. I have replaced the water pump and thermostat two years ago checked all fluids and everything is fine. I dont know what to do.. any suggestions

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It sounds like the resistor for your heater controls has burned out. It is a part you can acquire at any local auto parts shop (it's not a dealer only part), and you can install it yourself if you have a shop manual from the vehicle, or you can have the resistor replaced for around $50 - $75 at a reputable shop.

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First check the heat control lever from on end to the other. Now this noise really 'sounds' like a mouse has made a nest inside the heater ducts. Or the flip door near the heater fan is out of place. It wouldn't hurt to flush the heater rad. Frankster016

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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