Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When the car is driven for at least an hour temp gauge will go just over the red mark but will still give no warm heat through the heaters in the car.
You may need to add coolant to the system, If it is full check to see if there is a valve on your heater hose running from the engine to the heater core. If there is, make sure the valve is in the open position when your heater is on and the engine is up to temp. If that doesnt help try flushing the sytem, you may have a plugged heater core.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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