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Unread 11-19-2012, 08:38 PM   #1
shlitzcan
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Heater core

Hello new friends!! I'm a new jeep owner of just A couple years. after extensive research i have to replace the heater core in my 2001 grand Cherokee anniversary edition. loaded with every bell and whistle known to man!! its got the 4.7 v8. what am i getting my self into because im not paying $800 to have this fixed. i've been fixing vehicles for years and am not looking to stop.

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Unread 11-20-2012, 04:31 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by shlitzcan
Hello new friends!! I'm a new jeep owner of just A couple years. after extensive research i have to replace the heater core in my 2001 grand Cherokee anniversary edition. loaded with every bell and whistle known to man!! its got the 4.7 v8. what am i getting my self into because im not paying $800 to have this fixed. i've been fixing vehicles for years and am not looking to stop.
There are many threads on here as this is a common problem with the wj. Just use the search feature and label everything. Also there are you tube videos that a lot of people watch every step of the way. It's not a hard job just be organized and label parts with what screws and stuff like that.
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