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Your AirCon system has a high pressure side and a low pressure side. The heater assembly will have a shut off valve which operates to prevent hot coolant from the engine reaching the heater radiator. Some vehicles will have an internal flap to divert the air from the blower fan passing through the heater radiator and then heating the air from the AirCon ...
I would go ahead and replace both the valve and the o-ring. Also, you most likely have the R134a, as this has become the standard for automobile Acs for the time being. As far as getting the right parts? Try calling Jeep, and getting some part numbers. When you get down to specific small items like these, I doubt aftermarket parts are available. Once ...
Assuming that you're not running the heater in the summer, seems like your compressor is not kicking on. I would begin by checking the charge in your system, as a low charge would keep your compressor from coming on. You can move on from there, but there is not point in continuing, if there is a leak in your system.
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