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Anyone know a good jeep mechanics in Central PA?

Looks like I will need to have blend doors replaced. Heat working on passenger side and not on Driver side.

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I would make sure it's not the water pump first. I live in VA, so no help on where you should go. I can only suggest you do NOT go to a dealer! Good luck.

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