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96 jeep grand cherokee hatter has defrost only .

96 jeep grand cherokee heater has defrost only . No vacuum to system ,looking for a vacuum system schematic.

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Check the sticker under the hood on the rad support or on the firewall,it should lead you to the problem.

Posted on Dec 15, 2009

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