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02-22-2009 01:39 PM
jpdocdave under the glove box you'll see the lever the heat selector is moving. sometimes the rod is bent, or is slightly off the track. easy to put back. just move the switch in the dash, and look for the moving parts under the dash.
02-22-2009 01:33 PM
Kholt93YJ
Couple of jeep questions .

I just traded for my first jeep and it has quickly grew on me ( I figured it would) . I wanted to know how the auto trans hold up with the 4.0 and how hard is it to swap to a 5 speed ? Also my heat selector switch wont go all the way to hot that should be a easy fix .

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