Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The heater no longer works. The damper or fin that closes off the cold air and switches to warm air is broken. I was told that repair requires dismantling the dashboard and cost of $1000 (mostly labor) to repair. Is there any other way to fix this at a reduced cost?
Look up Heater treater. Had same problem with my 2002. They have parts and a fix for around $150, you will need a dremil tool to do it. But you do not have to remove the dash. (www.heatertreater.net)
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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