Fernando Rios: So all that needs to come out is the glove compartment? I ask because it looks like you took some of the radio things or to. Please response! Thank you!
kevswick: What happened to the sound?
Joshua Old: Thanks for the video. Did mine today and it worked great. Watch out for aftermarket heater cores. I bought new OEM o-rings and they wouldn't seal in the heater core. The aftermarket heater core holes were a little larger then the factor ones. I had to use fatter o-rings to get a proper seal.
samspace81: Very nice! About to tackle this on my '06. I kept losing coolant, very little and traced it down by smell underhood at the heater core area.
Joshua Old: Did you have to discharge your AC?
jérémy Jalbert: Does it work if i got a/c i think that the ligne pass thrue the heater ligne
rjf026: This seems like an older post but wondering if the heater core just slides right out or if it has any clips/bolts/etc. on the driver's side holding it in. I'm hoping to open the dash as shown and then just slide the heater core out.
Dungeons Dragons: Can this be done on 1999 jeep grand Cherokee 4.0 v6
Glass Field: Can this be done with a 2002 Grand cherokee?
Mike Damstetter: yeah your god lol it worked! thanks
Mike Damstetter: this video is kinda vague, where are the supply and return lines for the core? i have an 05 GC and the heater core just went and everyone says the dash and everything has to come out, and when i look at this video you cant tell where and how the lines go in? help please
OneOnOneBro: Can this be done on a 2002 Jeep Liberty Sport?
colterino422: Has anyone tried this to see how long it takes and what tools? Thanks
Luis S.: Man saved my day ! Thanks for the cheat exactly what I needed . And starting now !
Alex ideus: Reed all the questions before ask i probably already answered ur question
downNdirtyangler: I wish this would work on a 01. But it looks different
wawuce jankowski: I have the 2005 grand Cherokee. What other than heater core would I have to remove? By that I mean any ac lines or things like that?
Amazing Websites: would this work on a 2001 jeep cherokee NOT "grand"
Chad Collins: Thanks, I used this video today to replace my heater core. Dealership quoted me $900 - $1000.
Betty Harris: Hello I have a 2006 jeep commander do you think I could get to that heater core by removing brackets in glove box be willing to remove brackets all day thanks for this video
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Heater core CHEAT!5
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