You probably shouldn't even think of doing this job. The heater core is located under the dash on the passenger's side. It is in the same case as the A/C Evaporator core. To remove this unit requires dropping of the steering column and COMPLETELY disassembling the entire dash right down to the firewall. This includes disconnecting all electrical connections, vaccuum lines, antenna connection, etc. I have done this job to replace the A/C evaporator core and would not recommend it unless you have a lot of patience, are very mechanically inclined and make all kinds of notes so you can reverse the procedure to put it all back together. My buddies all thought I was nuts to even attempt this job and they were probably right. even though the job turned out successful and saved me quite a bit of money. There is an added danger if you have a passenger side air bag. GOOD LUCK
Additional Information: I agree with the above answer. I have received quotes from reputable places to do this work that run close to $1400.00 most of which is labor. Since you're talking about a 13-14 yr old vehicle you might want to wait til summer (assuming that your AC works) and trade up to something else.
Do you live in an area that you need your heater?
The heater core is inside the hvac housing under the dash.
On my 1994 RH Drive, it's located on the passenger side, in the duct on a shield.
There isn't a heater valve. The temperature is controlled by airflow doors inside the dash.
No, the XJ Cherokee does not have the same heater box as a WJ Grand Cherokee.
Behind the radio and ac/heater control unit
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The heater core is located in the middle of the dash behind the center console. You have to take the console out to see the heater core.
To remove the heater core on a 1992 Grand Marquis, first remove the dash board. Then remove the AC box to have access to the heater core.
The 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee driver's seat heat fuse is located under the dashboard in the fuse panel. There is a secondary fuse panel located in the engine compartment as well.
There isn't one. If your heater is not operating properly you most likely have a broken blend door inside the dash.
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