Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Heater core is leaking
your simptoms tells it all that is what the problem is
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
The evaporator (the cold part that cools the air) will have moisture condense on it there by dehumidifying the cabin air. This can sometimes cause a mist to be blown into the cabin. Most likely you have a leak in your heater core or your A/C drain vent is plugged causing liquid water condensed by the evaporator to be blown by the fan into the cabin. The A/C drains are fairly easy to unstop with a piece of wire if you can find where the tube exits the car.
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