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When the heater is running in my 2004 Jeep Cherokee there is extremely cold air coming from the passengers side from up behind the glove box area. I can't determine if it's AC air or if it's cold air from outside. I also assume that this shouldn't be either way.

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  • robin_corral Dec 15, 2008

    I have the same problem. I am changing the air & heater blower fuse as a solution ... cost $3.99 @ Kragen Auto parts. Let you know if it works.

  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2008

    last year i had no heat on the passenger side.now this year i have no heat on the driver side.when the heater is on, cold air comes out. do all jeeps have this problem later on.

  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    when the heater is running in my 2003 Jeep Cherokee there is extremely cold air coming from the passengers side from up behind the glove box area. and its really cold air like its coming if the AC in low temp.



    Please Help its cold outside now.



    Thanks

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Is this happening while you are driving? If this happens all the time, it's possible that a door might not be closing on the heater box. I think there is an accuator in that area. Look to see if the vacuum line came off.

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Sounds like a blend door issue. Check out www.wjjeeps for the fix. Plan on 12-15 hours. about a $150 -$300 fix if you diys. $1500+ if you go to the dealer. I had to do mine almost 2 years ago. It's a project, but a very common problem with the duel climate control...

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