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I have a 1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport. The heater works but is not near as hot as last winter. Coolant level is full. Engine temp gets to about 200*. What is most likely the problem.

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Your problem is more than likely a worn heater core, also i have seen mice shredding up insulation or other debris and moving it to several sections of the ventation system which could be blocking airfow but that usually only occurs when vehicle sits for a few days, anyways the heater core is most likely worn and needa to be replaced.

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Try flushing out the radiator and make sure the heater core is flushed as well. If not your heater core maybe going out.

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