Air Conditioning and Coolant
Heater Cores and Blower Fans
Jeep Cherokee
Car Heaters

I Replaced heater core and had ac rechaged now Heater not blowing hot and ac not blowing cold air Why?

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2008-01-21 13:43:38
2008-01-21 13:43:38

The heater core is usually your last resort. So now start from the end to the beginning, core, thermostat, flush, hose, fluids. Follow the trail and your bound to find your answer.

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