Question about 1996 Jeep Cherokee
If heater core is plugged coolant will bypass it during operation or flushing. It needs to be flushed out by removing the heater hoses (best done at engine ends) and filling the core with white vinegar...Wait about a half hour then flush out with a garden hose. Check for flow through the control valve on the hoses and make sure that the plenum doors are working inside the heater box.(doors can get stuck and control motors can fail).
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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