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2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Heater


the heater core is removable from the climate control unit. The climate contriol unit has to be removed to replace it. The A/C system must be evacuated and lines removed as well as the dash, to access the climate control unit. The steam is coming from a leaking heater core.

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I have a 1998 Expedition Eddie Bauer 2wd 5.4L. I was driving down the road the other day w/o any air or heat turned on, and a foul smell started coming out of the vents where the ac and heater air come out...


You have a leak in your heate core, located behind the dash on the passenger side. Common problem, I have the same vehicle and had the same problem. Parts not that expensive, but many hours of labor. Dash has to be removed from vehicle!

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this would be a bad heater core. this is located under the dash on right side inside the heater box next to the blower motor the steam is acctualy radiator fluid that runs through it.

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These are signs of the heater core leaking.The only bad news is that the dash panel has to be removed to replace the heater core.

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Steam coming out of dash vents after aircon is turned off.


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Should there be a cool morning, or if you need the defroster, you won't have warm air. Just a temporary fix.

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2001 Jimmy, ran a little hot and steam was coming out of the window defrost vents, changed the thermostat now steam is really comming out of the window defrost vents. What do we need to do?


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