Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If you have cruise control, it will not be working either. Both the cruise and control of air flow depend on the vacuum working properly. Look under hood and you should see a hose hanging loose. I stuck mine back on and it popped off again a few months later so I secured it with a hose clamp. Or you can simply replace the hose.
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