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linsys 08-16-2012 09:32 AM

No Heat Dodge Ram 1500 2000
 
I have a Dodge Ram 1500 year 2000. When I first purchased the truck the heater and A/C worked perfectly. The A/C still works like a champ but today I decided to give it a spin and take it to starbucks (I only drive my truck in bad weather so during the summer it doesn't get a lot of drive time) and I turned on the heater because its a bit chilly this morning. Nothing, it just blew cold air.

I know the A/C is working great, the only thing that I have had done to the truck was I had the water pump replaced, I doubt that could be causing the issue. I guess I can check the fuses and see if its just a fuse... I assume there is a fuse for the blend door or heater?

There isn't any odd noise or clicking, or even an odd odor the truck just doesn't send out heat... I know that is a vague explanation but I can't hear or see anything out of the ordinary. Does anyone have any idea on things I can check before I take it to the shop?

Warlock III 08-16-2012 09:46 AM

It sounds like on the electronic side everything is working properly (Fan etc).

How much time did you give it to warm up before trying the heat?

Did the A/C switch from vent to floor etc?

Is the coolant full?

I'd say those are the starting points for any of our members to respond further.

linsys 08-17-2012 08:49 AM

Thanks for the info... I guess I didn't let it warm up enough, I ended up letting it warm up in the drive way for about 10min then drive it around the neighborhood and all of a sudden I got some heat.

It seemed odd it took so long.. I also noticed the heat guage rose for a while and then when the heat kicked in it dropped back to the middle and stared blowing hot air.


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