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Heating no hot air what so ever on any setting i have been told the whole dash has to come out to fix problom and i dont know where to start any ideas ? am told this is a common problem with this model help will be greatly appreciated thaks

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    I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo.The heater will not blow hot air,it only blows cold.I checked under the hood all vaccum lines were ok,I put my hand on the heater hoses one was hot the other was not any advise?

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I have the same jeep and if the thermostat has been taken out then you will not have any heat,so before u tear apart the dash check for a thermostat,

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Go to heatertreater.net. It's easy to do and fixed the problem. $130 well worth it.

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The blend door has probably broken. if you have no experience pull a dash this isnt a dash to start with...it has several hidden bolts

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