Question about Jeep Cherokee
You will have to locate the actuator motor,that is defective,by process of elimination,finding it,and adjust the selector to floor,vent ,and ect.The actuator motor that does not respond,is the one that is faulty.Check the ones that are accessable first,then if they all seem to work,then you may have to remove the dash to access the one that is faulty,removing the dash and allowing it to set back in the seats,so the actuator motor can be replaced.But the one you describe,should be on the bottom,hopefully.This year,I am not sure about,but I believe it is on the bottom,just remove the bottom cover under the dash and locate the actuator motor,and see if it responds to all selections,this will tell you if it is the one you are looking for,if it does not respond to temp selection,or recirculation button,or max air,then it will be the one.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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