Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Heat is not working. I have put antifreeze in. The heat would work for a few days and then stop working and blowing cold air. HELP!
Previous answer is mostly correct. If you still have the original radiator than that would be one of 2 possible areas. The second is more than likely the real issue. Your heater core is more than likely the real cause of your issue. There's probably a good chunk of sludge or just old rust that has accumulated in the core. The good news, both the radiator and the core are fairly cheap to buy. The bad news, you;re lookin' at around $300-500 a piece for a shop to do each job. The radiator is easy to replace. Just get the Chilton's book on the JEEP and it gives you a very good explanation on how to do the job. The core is a real hassle. The entire dash has to come out. Same book. Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Radiator might be clogged or heater core has air bubble. Also check the radiator cap. If it is worn or not genuine one it might be the reason for cooling system to loose pressure.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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