My 2012 Jeep Liberty heat comes out cold. There is antifreeze and water in the car. Is it a fuse or the heater core.

Asked by Jan 11, 2016 at 08:08 AM about the 2012 Jeep Liberty Limited Jet

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What is the temperature gauge reading? There are more than just one possibility, thermostat, blend door actuator, blower motor not blowing air, heater core, air in the cooling system. One thing to check is if both heater core hoses are hot. If one is not, air would need to be purged out of cooling system.

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