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How do i get to my heater core on my 1995 Jeep wrangler 4cyl?

I know whereabouts it is but how do i easily get to it to replace it i need it very very very badly. My only mode of transportation and i need heat for my daughter PLEASE

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How long to replace heater core on 1995 jeep yj /wrangler


Hi and welcome to FixYa!

It may take 2hours the most to replace the heater core.

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If I start my jeep early in the morning or late at night water comes out of the heater. What can i do to fix this


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I have a 4cyl 1999 Jeep Wrangler. The heater only blows warm air, no hot air. I have back flushed the heater core with a garden hose and there was no clog. I have checked the t-stat and it is...


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