Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
To remove your heater box is a fairly arduous task. I have had a lot of success using a little extension I made for the end of a shop vac that fits part way into the drain (not too far or it can do damage) All it was is a piece of plastic flex hose about three feet long (the kind that has ribs on it like a gas siphon does) I made an adapter for it that fits into the vac hose. If there is a lot of junk in there, it may take a cleanout every few days for a while but generally except for really bad ones, did not need to remove the box. If it is too jammed up, get a manual and seave a lot of time for the job...likely it will be the least amount of fun youv'e had in a long time!! Good luckl!!
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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