Question about Jeep Cherokee
Get repair manuel for this vehicle, second, change your thermostat on the engine, is your coolant any good, change it use peak 50/50 anti freeze, that 50% water is very important, its what gives you heat. never use 100% anti freeze, you need this water!!!!!!!, make sure your new thermostat is the right one, and rated at at least 180 degrees. also, figure out how to repair your own actuator attachment , c'mon dude use alittle common sense, you can do it.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check with Toyota Parts. I'm sure there is one, but it is unavailable at a retail parts store. Heater cores are pretty much as necessary as the four tires on the outside are. My advice would be to remove the core and check the hose clamps or connections for other issues. You want to be sure that the leak is in the core and not in one of the hose connections. I think that is odd that your driver side floor is wet and not the passenger side. Open the hood and look for coolant hoses attached to the firewall (the sheet metal between your dash and the motor) and see if they are on the driver side or the passenger side.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
you cannot repair the actuator you need to replace it with new one. These motors turn but get weak with time. if you test it, it works, put it in and it doesn't. this is because the motor is weak, unfortunately GM does not sell these motors separately.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
There is a actuator on the right side of your leg while sitting in the drivers seat under the dash. It has a plastic rod for actuation manually actuate this diverter and should be the problem.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
SOURCE: 99 jeep cherokee problem w/ heat
It could be a flap but more likely you have a air trapped in the heater core or the hoses connecting the heater core when refilled the system after your repair.
Loosen the supply hose that go to the heater core at the highest point and run engine until coolant comes out.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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