Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There are two heater hoses, each appx. 1 inch wide, that run from the engine and hooks up to the heater core, behind your dashboard. The heater core's two connection pipes stick out from the firewall of your jeep and you have to attach the two heater hoses to those two pipes. If someone disconnected your heater, they probably just joined together the two heater hoses, that run from your engine, so now you'll have to disconnect that joining and reattach the hoses to the heater core pipes. That way, hot coolant will flow into the heater core to warm you up.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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