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...heater core, but the passenger-side carpet is totally dry and also the odor goes away in about 30 seconds. After that, the gurgling remains but no more smell. Ideas? Make sure the cooling system is ...

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Question about 2001 Grand Cherokee

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I have a bad smell coming out of the vents Heater core is leaking. Try changing your cabin filter.

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AC but the temp setting will not change over to heat. Check the control valve on the heater core supply line to make sure the Vacuum line or control cable are connected and that it is opening properly

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

changed radiator in 2001 jeep cherokee now not getting heat inside auto its a 4x4 not getting heat inside auto try changing thermostat, or try flushing heater core.

Question about 2001 Grand Cherokee

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...or heater core. Also check the recovery tank and see if it backing up. May need to change thermostat The heating radiator from inside of the car could have a leak if you say that all hoses seems

...change, but you need a new heater core installed. Keep an eye on your coolent lvl, you car might start overheating. heare is what one looks like:and it is located under, behind your dash on passenger ...

...heater core bad? Where is it and is it hard to replace.? Trying to locate core but canot seem to find it? Is it under dash? Thanks all usually located in dash area ,some are in eng compartment area ...

...heater core. If you take the jeep to a local garage to have the heater core flushed this should fix the problem. what is the temp at the radiator , normal operating temp at the rad is usally 195 give ...

change or is it more problem? Check hoses going to heater core. Do both get hot? If so, problem may be a "blend" door failing to actuate due to vacuum leaks or bad actuator. If neither get hot, change

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