I also have a 2000 jeep wrangler. This year has a problem with the heater core plugging up. You can either try to flush it out, or just replace the heater core.
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It is never easy to replace a heater core. Replace it is easy, but getting access to it is never easy. But your Jeep Wrangler is one of the easier ones to replace. Just remove enough of the dash parts to gain access to the core. Be careful and remember where and how everything goes back together. Photos taken during the process with digital camera might help you remember.
The heater core is leaking. GEt a manual from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM and replace it.
how hard is it to replace the heater core in a jeep liberty limated editon step by step instructions
Leaking heater core
Heater core needs flushed.
The heater inlet hose on a 1999 Jeep Wrangler 4.0L is located in the left, rear of the engine compartment. It connects directly to the heater core which circulates heat throughout the cabin.
Yes. It has a heater core in the dash that has air blown over it to heat the passenger compartment.
Heater works fine in my Wrangler! Check the thermostat or the hoses or heater core might be plugged. The thermostat is easiest ^ cheapest to change so start there.
Take it to a repair shop
It's located under the dash where the blower id located.
the heater core has got a hole in it or your top has a hole init. If the water is green it is your heater core. if not it is your top.
it could be a couple of things you could have a bad thermostat or a bad heater core
Vent bypasses heater core when open,it is for outside air only...I know this because I just replaced heater core.
Heater CORE, not coil. The core is plugged and needs back flushing or replacement.
It would be best to disconnect the coolant lines and flush the core after the radiator flush. This will clear any sediment from the core.
How do you replace the heater core on a jimmy?
You will need to replasce the heater core.
Yes, or take one of the hoses loose at the heater core and take it back to the motor on the other one. Shouldn't need a new hose.
Because your jeep wrangler is over heating, you must have a sensor in the dash not working If that smoke is steam, the heater core is leaking and in need of replacement.
You will be better off if you buy a service manual or borrow one from a library. You have to drain the freon, remove the entire dash, remove the heater/ac housing, and dissassemble the housing to access the heater core.
how do u replace the heater core
No, the entire dash has to be removed.
The heater matrix, in a Peugeot 206, can be replaced by removing the heater core and the hoses. With the heater core removed you can replace it with a new heater core.