Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This is obviously a heater system control problem, I beleive this system is vaccuum controled with vacuum acuators that open and close doors in response to the climate control system comands.
Listen for the sound of escaping air from under the dash board, esp on the drivers side. Look for any unattached hoses under the dash. From there if you do not see anything obvious, you will have to obtain a schematic of the HVAC system, understand it's opearation and then start testing the vacuum control devices. maybe more than you want to do.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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