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I have a Nov 1990 Cherokee jeep Laredo with a heating problem. The radiator and thermostat have been renewed with the problem still has'nt been licked. Any suggestions for what to do next? Dave

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  • Rabindra Robinson May 11, 2010

    when you say heating problem what exaxtly do you mean? dont you have heat when you turn on the heat or is the vehicle over heating please inform and i can guide you better

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Do you have a overheating or insufficient heat problem? The more specific you get, the better I can help figure it out.

  • Rudolf Diesel
    Rudolf Diesel May 11, 2010

    Hello

    Welcome

    Is this a lack of heat?

    RD

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If it's lack of heat, it could be the heater control valve. If the jeep has alot of miles on it, the heater core should be reverse flushed.

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