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Our UK 2003 G Cherokee 2.7CRD heater has failed and we are struggling to locate the problem - what are the possible culprits?

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First check the resistor if it is working, of course after all fuses, than see if you can get an electrician to check the motor. In UK same as Ireland most common fault is the resistor because people forget to change the pollen filter and it is humidity that kills the resistor most likely.

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