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2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.1TD ltd edition

by poults / March 29, 2013 7:42 AM PDT

My heater has decided that its not going to work properly.
It does not matter what temp it is set at, it blows look warm or cold. It was fine in Dec 2012 and early Jan 2013, but, now its permenantly set to High, to get any sort of barely warm air??
What can it be, my local garage seems a bit stumped.
(They are not a Jeep Specialist)

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