Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Check that the Heater / AC Door Actuator Motor is actually functioning by selecting heat to vent and listen.
Make sure you have vacuum to your climate controls by selecting various air vents (upper/lower/face)
If the return heater hose is not warm also - then your heater core might be plugged up. A replacement heater core runs between $83 and $153 at NAPA depending on their mood when you price it. It is kind of a pain to replace you might want to have a shop do it.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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