Question about 2002 Jeep Wrangler
Usually, with the information provided, it would probably be the heater control panel. The knob that you are turning, is the part in the system that is actually a "variable resistor", And as time passes, the contacts wear out, and eventually have contact in some areas, and none in others. The control panel is sold as a unit. And is pretty simple to replace. Anyone can do it with a common tool kit, and a repair manual. I hope that this is enough information, and saves you some greif, and money. Happy New Year.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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