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No heat blower works fine but no heat control

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  • poohswim2000 Aug 21, 2008

    yes,the temp guage reads normal

  • falider Oct 08, 2008

    no heat had flush fill changed theromstat 2 times temperature knob has no effect when there was heat not overheating accoring to gauge 1998 cherokee sport

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Is the engine reaching operating temperature?, If not the thermostat may be stuck open.

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Think the blend door may be defective.

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Also for info. heater valve may not be operating correcty, or the vacumn hose might be cracked, swelled,if these check out ok, then it is a good probability that the main control is not directing vacumn to the valve

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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