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2000 wrangler (tj). heater makes heat and the air gets cold but they don't blow?
2000 Jeep Wrangler

2000 Wrangler (TJ). Heater makes heat and the air gets cold but they don't blow?

(2000 Jeep Wrangler)
One day I turned the switch for a different speed for air conditioner to blow, and it was like I had not turned it at all. There were no "clicks" as you went from one speed to another. The knob just turned back and forth as if it wasn't making a connection to make either the heater work or the air. The heater produces heat and the air conditioner makes temp cold, there is just no air flow to get the cold or hot air out. Is this a problem with the switch on the panel, a fuse or is it the blower motor?
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Nothing, it just doesn't have air flow
How long have you had this problem? Since December 2018
Tags: air conditioner, heater, air doesn t blow, knob on dash panel seems, fuse, blower motor, jeep, wrangler
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on July 09, 2019
Hello, it sounds like the switch has a concern, if it no longer "clicks" into the speed settings as it once did. Hands on testing and checking the system for power and ground is needed, but the physical condition is what seems to be telling the best info here.
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on July 09, 2019
Hello, it sounds like the switch has a concern, if it no longer "clicks" into the speed settings as it once did. Hands on testing and checking the system for power and ground is needed, but the physical condition is what seems to be telling the best info here.
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