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Changed the blower motor in 1985 wagoneer still dont get any heat, the heater core is still good, what else could it be??

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  • nadia_herrin Mar 09, 2009

    problem was solved, there was a poor connection in the wiring, ran new wires and works great.

  • semloh1950 May 11, 2010

    i am glad to hear that you got it fixed thanks for using fix ya
    don


  • semloh1950 May 11, 2010

    hi thee i need alittle more info please

    why did you change the heater motor

    when you feel the heater hoses are they hot



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What does the temp gauge read? 180-190 is ok if not change the thermostat,if ok is heater core lines both hot? if yes then heater core is good if not and one is cooler then core is plugged flush it out,if all that is good the air handler door are vaccum operated if there is no vaccum then all air in stuck on defrost and if not this then the hot air is getting cooled by cold air either from a broken heater box or the heater control for hot and cold is bad.

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