Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This is not an easy job the steering column needs to be lowered ,passenger side airbag removed, center console removed, and if you are like me i don,t like being crowded so i opt to remove front seats before doing this job for added room when laying on back trying to remove nearly impossible hidden bolts and screws behind dash shell i guess what i,m trying to say is i have done around 50 or more of these at work in a shop enviroment with 25 plus years as mechanic and it,s difficult but not impossible i have been asked how to do numerous times and tell friends look this is one of those things that you would do yourself a favor buy paying a reputable auto shop to repair this without training and right info and tools you can cost yourself some serious expensive money quickly i,m not trying to discourage just save you some heartache not knowing alot about your sitiuation this is my best advice
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Sep 22, 2013 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Detach the negative and positive battery cables from the battery of your 2001 Jeep Cherokee with an open end wrench and crescent wrench.
Remove the cap from off the radiator and also from the top of the coolant overflow tank on the passenger side of the Jeep. Locate the drain valve at the base of the radiator and place a drain pan on the ground, below the drain valve.
Open the drain valve on the radiator with an open end wrench and allow the coolant to drain into the pan completely. When it is finished, close the drain valve and remove the drain pan.
Unfasten the dash pad on the top of the dashboard by using a screwdriver to undo the screws holding it in place. Check the defroster vent and remove any screws holding the vent screen in place.
Remove the trim panel underneath the passenger side of the dashboard with a screwdriver and set it aside. Locate the plastic box that is sitting underneath the dashboard on the passenger side.
Undo all the screws that are holding the plastic box in place with a screwdriver and set the box off to the side. Locate the heater core that was sitting inside the plastic box.
Unscrew all the screws that are holding the heater core to the firewall with clamps underneath the dashboard. Remove the clamps from the heater core.
Lay a piece of plastic sheeting on the passenger side floorboard to cover the carpet from any coolant remaining in the heater core. Pull the heater core away from the firewall until you see the hoses attached to the inlet and outlet pipes on the unit.
Remove the water hoses from the pipes on the heater core by unscrewing the hose clamps with a screwdriver and sliding the hoses off the pipes.
Take the old heater core out of the Jeep Cherokee and dispose of the unit. Recycle the drained coolant by taking the drain pan with the fluid to your local recycling center or automotive supply.
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