not sure this will help but, when you pull out the knob on the dash panel for the hearer it will seem like it only comes out to about halfway but if you keep pulling on it ,it will come out even further,opening the outside vents.
the heater blower fan is in the heater housing assembly on the passenger side. You need to take out the whole housing assembly in order to access the blower.
Yes. It has a heater core in the dash that has air blown over it to heat the passenger compartment.
The heater core or connecting hose is broken.
On my 1994 RH Drive, it's located on the passenger side, in the duct on a shield.
Under the hood, on the passenger side firewall, close to the passenger side fender.
I have a jeep Cherokee of that year and I believe that what you are refering to is a spherical thermometer and horn assembly.
Below the passenger side head light assembly.
behind passenger side headlight assembly under the plastic housing
It is located inside of the heater housing under the dash on the passenger side.
because your heater core has a leak or the hose is broken
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.
You will need to replasce the heater core.
No. one heater core, two airflow control doors. Called blend doors, very prone to breaking.
Ive had several heater cores go out in most of my cars and that's a sign of the heater core beeing clogged or not working correctly.
In line on the heater hoses on the passenger side of the engine. Has a small vacuum line to it and both heater hoses go through it. The heater hoses are smaller than the radiator hoses and go through the firwall.
Remove bolt on top of headlamp assembly. Gently pry and pull assembly straight out. Bulb can now be acessed.
Under the passenger side dashboard. Remove the black kick panel to expose the bottom of the heater box. Look for an oblong plug facing the rear of the vehicle.
That sounds like a blend door problem.
A coolant leak inside the vehicle is most always a failed heater core.
The last Jeep to offer seven passenger seating was the Commander. They Jeep Commander was discontinued in 2010.
A bad smell coming from the heater in a vehicle can indicate a bad heater core. One way to check this out is to see if the smell is worse when you sit in the passenger seat. If it is, there is a good chance the heater core is bad.
The heater blower motor resistor should be above the vent, behind and just below the glove box. It should have a three prong connector.
There isn't a seven passenger Jeep in 2016. There are only five passenger models.
As of today 11/11/2012, there are no heater related recalls on that year Jeep.As of today 11/11/2012, there are no heater related recalls on that year Jeep.