Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I know where the drain is suppose to be and I've been all over the top and bottom of it. I've had this problem on other vehicles, so I'm familiar with the proceudre. I'm begining to think they forgot to put a drain on this one---Jeep wants $600 to fix it? Is there a cheaper way>
Look up at the firewall from underneth the passanger side, there is a insullation panel that the drain opening is behind. pop the clips outa the bottom of it and put a peice of wire or commpresed air in to unblock. another way is to remove the blower motor and do the reach around to unblock its there youll find it
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