Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Have you checked your water temperature sensor? A little thing like that can affect the heat put out with low readings coming out if it is not giving the right voltage. They are under $20 so that should help you out. The Jeep brand is originally AMC(American Motors Corporation) of wich the parts utilized came from different american brands (Alternator from Chevy or Ford, Motor from Dodge, etc.) But the put out for the heater core is the same. Just get the temp sensor changed and run the appropriate coolant for your Jeep year.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
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