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I am working on a 2000 Jeep cherokee Larado with a 4.0. The evaporator is leaking and I have the dash cover removed and the bolt out of the intermediate dash support. The support is loose on the left and right but there seems to be another bolt, screw , or clip that will not let the cover come off. I have searched and cannot find what is not allowing it to be removed to gain access to the blend box.

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you should have bolts across the top of the dash and 1 on each lower trim and some behind the instrument cluster.

Posted on Oct 20, 2010

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