Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
What would be the reason for the gash in lines
Gash ( in what direction)
whats leaking, new lines have not gash.
you mean cracks, all lines age and crack, in fact no line last the life of any engine, they are subject to huge entropy. (aging)
and is worse in AZ than in AK. (USA)
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not sure on your cherokee but often there is a valve in the heater hose line just as the water enter the heater core .. the valve is controled by the the selection of heat or cool .. those valves frequently clog up and need replaced ... you might also have an air lock in your heater core .. if air is trapped in there then it doesnt want to come out and it occupies a portion of the heating surface .. you can take the top heater hose loose with the engine running but not hot .. that will blead off any air in the core .. it will also show you if you have a clog .. you should have lot of water flow thru there with the engine running .. you may also have a bad thermostat .. if that the case then the engine wont get up to temperature preventing the heater from working properly ..
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
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