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12-27-2010 10:30 PM
outlaw7425 Make sure that you have the right temp thermostat in you jeep. Also drive your jeep till it gets to normal operating temp. then leave it running and open the hood. both the heater core hose should fill about the same temp. if one is colder the you may have what I had a clogged heater core.
12-26-2010 01:51 PM
sallysue Take it to a radiator shop. There several in this area
12-26-2010 08:43 AM
madted
question

i am in central tx. my heater dosenot work when the temp. is around
35deg. do youall have any tips?
please help

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