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Old 07-11-2019, 03:53 PM
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JK got rained on and now no heat

Hi all, I got caught with my top off the other day in my 2015 JK. It got rained on for 5 - 10 minutes until we could get to a gas station. Well now the heat doesn't work, but the air is fine. Granted I won't need it for a few months, but still worries me. I checked the fuse and it was fine.....any suggestions, the temp dial maybe, or possibly could the heater core could have gone bad???



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Maybe moisture got into the temp selector switch?

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Take a hair dryer and blow it on the heater controls. This should dry it out.
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I had a 2015 and when that happened it was the door actuator.. could be that and just coincidence it was raining.

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Thanks everyone I'll give them a try, but daveray where is the door actuator at I've never had the doors off, and do you think that could casue just the heat not working?


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Thanks everyone I'll give them a try, but daveray where is the door actuator at I've never had the doors off, and do you think that could casue just the heat not working?


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Sorry, meant blend door actuator. Its in the dash, changes the air from hot to cold.


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Heat and ac control is actually a module. You may have fried something in it.

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