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My heater on my 3.1 td grand cherokee jeep has gone cold?

It wont heat the inside of the jeep,the jeep has no other problems.

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Something similar happened in my Jeep last winter...except mine was only the driver's side. The passenger side blew hot air when heater was on, but the driver's side blew cold air. The solution for me was to replace something called the 'blend air door'. It fixed the problem but cost me nearly $500.00. Hope this helps...

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