Question about 2000 Jeep Wrangler
If you have a heater control valve on the hoses going into the heater, make sure it's working. Heater core can be plugged, most times they can be cleared by removing the hoses to it (not at the firewall...it's too easy to break the core extensions) drain it and fill it up with white vinegar.(keep the hoses higher than the core) Leave it sit about a half hour and run a garden hose through it. Last but not uncommon is that a vacuum motor that operates a door inside the heater plenum can be bad or the door itself can jam. To remove the heater to service either the core or any of the doors etc is generally a large job that you would need to get a manual for. (most of dash needs to come apart) Hope you find the problem before it comes to that!
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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