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My heating is all over the place on my jgc

Hi there i have to put my heating on high to get a bit of heat it is -5 at the moment and i can't get no heating in the jeep. the temperature on the dashboard for the engine does not move much, and by experience the thermostat has had it. but on my manual i cannot find no thermostat. so if anyone knows which part i have to change or what i have to do please help it's cold out there.

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Check the coolannt level first to make sure its full....on the thermostat all you have to do is follow the top radiator hose to the to of the motor and youll find it there.

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