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2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Heater Core Leak on Passenger Side. Have had pressure tested could not find leak. Help!

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Does it smell like anti freeze?Maybe it is water from the a/c evaporator,not draining properly!

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Water leak passanger side 2005 jeep grand


check the heater core. it is under the dash

Oct 18, 2012 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My 2003 jeep grand cherokee laredo has a problem with my coolant reservoir drains quickly and i also have condensation on inside of window. when i turn on the heater i see dust or steam come from...


Your water heater core is beginning to leak. Eventually, you will find an antifreeze puddle on the passenger side floor which can eventually lead to the rupture of the heater core and a large amount of antifreeze in gaseous form within the cars interior.

It is time for a new heater core. Should you want to go the cheapest route, you can purchase a bottle of copper plugging agent. Ask your local car part guru what he has to plug a leak in the heater core.

Be forewarned: should you go this cheap route, you risk clogging your heater core for good and you will no longer have heat until you replace the heater core.

Apr 13, 2011 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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When i turn on the heat, I smell antifreeze right away then it goes away


Your heater core is leaking. The heater core on your 2001 Jeep Cherokee is responsible for providing heat in the cab of your Jeep. Overtime, he heater core can become plugged with dust or corrosion and stop working causing it to leak. The heater core is linked with the antifreeze that runs in the radiator in turn draws heat from the engine and than uses that heat to warm up the car. Most heater cores are located under the dash on the passenger side. Here is a link for how locate and remove the heater core. http://www.ehow.com/how_5332477_remove-jeep-cherokee-heater-core.html

Good luck! :)

Nov 02, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The coolant is leaking out and I can't find where the leak is on my 03 grand cherokee


need to get a pressure test gauge or take to shop butr first check around water pump see if its wet . check at thermostat housing ,heater core inside passenger floor for wetness or under hood passenger side fire wall for wetness ,also check all hoses clamps and resivoir for leaks

Sep 18, 2010 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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2000 jeep grand cherokee runs hot and heater quit working


Overheat with no heat usually has two possible causes. First, the coolant level has run low due to a leak (find leak and re-fill system)
Or, you have a failed cylinder head gasket that is permitting combustion pressure to enter the cooling system driving the coolant out of the heater core (usually you will find coolant in the oil, oil in the coolant or have white smoke at the tail pipe...some or all of these)
Comon tests for that are a radiator hydrocarbon test, cooling system pressure test or a cylinder leakdown test.
Hope it turns out to be something small!!!
Good luck

Mar 14, 2010 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The heater is my Jeep is not blowing very warm air. It puts out mild heat at best. I have a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo.


I would recommend flushing the cooling system and replacing the thermostat.....easy to do and only about $14 for a new thermostat.If that does not work then you either have a coolant leak somewhere or a bad heater core. I would also pressure test your cooling system before you flush the system to look for leaks in the system

Dec 14, 2009 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My 1996 jeep grand cherokee smell anifreez incar here water going back and worth but se no leak but have to re fill water once a weak.cant find leak under dash . but here water go back and forth wile...


the water sound i believe is from being low in antifreeze..if you are adding water oncce a week then there is a leak.. try looking on the inside of the car on the passenger side carpet to see if its wet..if not, then check things under the hood such as, heater hoses for heater core, water pump, thermostat housing, radiator, core plugs, block heater..if the smell is coming from the inside and there is a film on the window, then chances are you need a heater core....try that.

Nov 07, 2009 | 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Antifreeze leak under dash, passenger side


Nothing special. lots of patience and don't poke any holes in it, don't pinch any wires under box and remember to plug in anything you disconnected going in!

Mar 10, 2009 | 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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