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No Heat in 1990 Jeep Cherokee

Any Ideas, I get air flow when the fan is on! The heat works, but barely! It is a 1990 jeep cherokee 4x4 4.0

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No heat 1990 XJ - JeepForum.com


Nov 15, 2014 · about 3 weeks ago my heater stopped working along with my fan, i replaced the resistor and the blower motor still have no air movement in every
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1990 Jeep Cherokee overheating - Car Talk Community


Recently bought a 1990 Jeep Cherokee in very good condition. I was advised right up front that with it's inline 6 engine type space was really small in the radiator ...
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1990 Jeep Cherokee A/C & Heating Parts - CARiD


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1990 JEEP CHEROKEE 4.0L 242cid L6 Heater Hose / Pipe | RockAuto


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