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DEFECTIVE THERMOSTAT OR BLEND DOOR

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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Vaccuum control valve for heater, is stuck or broke. This allows the antifreese to flow through the heater and heat the inside of vehicle. Ccheck vaccuum lines and valve, its by the heater core.
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I had this exact problem. Suspect a clogged heater core and you will probably have to replace it. Make sure you have the valve that opens the heater that works. You can remove it and see if it works. The valve is a vacuum valve that is connected within 10 inches of the 2 firewall heater hoses.

If the valve opens and stay opens and passes water well then disconnect the output of the heater and verify the that water flows well and you may be ok with the heater core being ok.
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IT COULD ASO BE A THERMOSTAT CHECK YOUR TEMP MAKE SURE ITS A 210 STANDARD FOR THAT JEEP IF IT IS OK THEN CHECK AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ENOFF ANTI-FREEZE IN YOUR RADIATOR AND RESOVOR IF ALL THIS IS OK YES I WOULD SAY DEFF ITS A HEATER CORE OR SWITCH BUT IF AC WORKS ON SWITCH AND WHEN YOU TURN IT TO HEAT IT GETS A LIL WARMER THEN THE SWITCH IS OK REPLACE HEATER CORE THEY DO ROT MAINLY IF YOU USE WATER IN YOUR RADIATOR AND NOT ANIT-FREEZE THE ANTI-FREEZE IS A LUBRICANT AND WILL NOT CORRODE YOU RADIATOR OR HEATER CORE IN THE FUTURE, AND I AM NOT SURE IF THERE IS A CLEANER BUT IT MORE THAN LIKELY WONT HELP IT COULD BUT PROB WONT BUT WORTH A TRY,
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