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2004 grand cherokee overland model heater and air conditioner temperature not working correct has the split controls for driver and passenger temp control, one side will blow cold the other hot, and it is intermittant

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This model has a couple of possibilities, updated heater control panel which is quite an expensive guess also the blend doors located in the heater casing break also an expensive repair as dash needs to be removed t gain access, would advise dealer visit first to confirm correct fault.

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