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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 99 cherokee radio problem
Either the radio's output ICs are fried or speaker/wires needs to be checked.
Incidentally, there are some higher end versions that has an Infinity Amplifier (P/N: 56038407AD) powering the speakers and not the radio (alone). If so, this amp needs a trigger on from the head unit to work and therefore, the trigger wire/connection must be checked. Otherwise, it may likewise require an internal check.
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Posted on Jul 12, 2008
It is a bad blower motor resistor and it is mounted on the bottom of the A/C heater housing on the passenger side of the vehicle under the glovebox area. Hope this helps. Please rate this a fixya if it helps. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: Blower motor has only high speed
This is a common problem with ALL cars. You likely have a failed blower resistor. The resistor controls the speed of the blower motor. There is a very slim chance it is the control head assembly, but 95% chance it is the resistor. One last thing, the most common cause for the blower resistor to fail is that the blower motor itself is pulling excessive amperage and damaging the resistor. I would check the amperage draw of the blower motor if you have the ability, if not, replace the resistor and hope for the best. If the new one fails in short order, you'll have to replace the blower motor as well. Mopars have a tendency to melt the resistor connector as well. Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
May be in need of a tune up or you may have engine sludge. Check you spark plugs and see if they're fouled. If so, replace.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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