Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
The likely culprit is your heater core. Simple test: Let you car warm up to Operating Temp. Run the heater. Under the hood on the fire wall you will see 2 black hoses conected to 2 aluminum lines about a 1/4 inch in size, feel both of these if they are not the same temp than you have a clog in the core and as a result no heat in car.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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