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Unread 10-11-2009, 08:05 PM   #1
bobiam
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New heater coil woes

Had the heater and evaporator replaced on my '95 ZJ. Heater coil was fine but figured that it would be good to change it when the mechanic was in there to change the evaporator coil.

However, now that the weather is getting colder in New England, I am noting that the heat just isn't up to par. Sounds the same, controls appear to work correctly. The mechanic did glue new foam seals onto the blend doors as theirs was all faling off.

Car engine coolant temp is good where it should be. No kinks in heater feed hoses. Any ideas for me????

Thanks, Bob

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