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My 1991 Jeep Cherokee's heater does not work. How can I diagnose this issue?

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You can find the coolent lines into the heater through the fire wall disconect them and put pressure through the core to see if its clogged other than that possably a coolent flush cause stuff builds up in the antifreeze and clogs the lines. your heater uses the heat from the engine coolent to heat the air in the heatercore so naturally if you got bad coolent you got heating problems too

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