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I'm getting luke warm heat coming out of my 2001 jeep, cool that you have to turn the vent away from you because how cool it is. I use to get burning hot heat, so i had my heater core replaced twice but not with the chrysler brand. (heater core was leaking and had to be replaced) but before it was replaced it was blowing burning hot heat. i've also had my water pump and thermostat changed. i've had the lines flushed and coolant changed. my question is can it be that it is not a Chrysler heater core brand? or what else could it be to be checked? (had the blend doors checked and they were fine.)

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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.

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