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I have a 1988 jeep cherokee.... if im not getting suction from the heater control valve...... where could the problem lie?

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If you are talking about the vacuum line going the the heater control valve, the problem can be the control panel or a vacuum line that feeds the control panel. The cherokee has a football shaped vacuum canister in the front bumper on the right side. Check the canister out for cracks or disconnected lines.

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