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1998 Jeep Cherokee NO HEAT

We have replaced the radiator and the thermostat and still blows cold air. It will get a little warm when you just sit, but not a lot! when you start to go all cold air. Any suggestions on this problem?

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  • Dodgechick Feb 12, 2008

    It is just a plain cherokee.

  • Dodgechick Feb 13, 2008

    One is colder than the other.

  • jeep664 Dec 08, 2008

    I have the grand cherokee laredo model and have no heat! if you let it sit I will get a little heat nothing to speak of though but as soon as you start moving I have even less... the tempature gauge hardly ever moves and when it does its a about a needles width that it moves... Help me please!

  • brian c
    brian c May 11, 2010

    Ok. Let me know the result of the hose test when you get a chance.

  • brian c
    brian c May 11, 2010

    Also, is this a Grand Cherokee? If so, is it a Laredo, or Limited?

  • brian c
    brian c May 11, 2010

    Check the 2 hoses going to the heater core. Run the engine up to operating temperature. Feel both hoses. Let me know if they are both hot.

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Yes you have a air lock you need to run the car with the rad cap off till the air bubbles out

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