no heat passenger side
symptoms: when I first start and turn on heat controls both with temp on hi heat I hear a clicking, then the blower goes on for approx 10 seconds then turns off i hear the clicking for 10 seconds then nothing for 5-7 minutes. the blower turns on and I have heat adjustment on driver side but nothing on passenger side of my dual climate 2009 dodge ram.
I have changed the 3 blend door actuators behind the dash control panel.
there is two behind the control panel and one just below the right side of the dash control panel. those blend door actuators behind the dash operate the defrost, dash and floor air directing.
there must be something that is preventing the heat from getting to the passenger side floor and dash vents!
Heater doors/ actuators
Have been having same trouble with my 09 Ram. Was wondering how was getting to and changing the actuators you replaced ???Are they easy to get at? How long did it take you. Ive had it in 3 times to dealers.........looks like Im doing the repair myself. $1,300.00 dealer job. Dont bother with K-17 recall, its a roll of the dice if the diagnostic spits out recall codes??? LOL Diagnostics are anywhere from $70.00 - $150.00 and you pay up front.
Hey Did you guys ever figure out what was causing the clicking and problems? I am having the same problems. and I just got quoted 1800 from the dealer up here in canada.
I'm having the same problem, Randomly started a week ago;
-when I turn the key to "run" or start the truck, it "clicks" in odd patterns for approx. 10 seconds then goes away.
-No heat from passenger floor or dash vents, ALTHOUGH when I select feet only, it gives warmer air.
Please help I must fix this soon, winter is coming! (Game of thrones reference)
I am confused about the three blend doors. My heating just doesn't work. I heard clicking from behind the dash and that is when my heater stopped working. The two blend doors right behind the control panel control the direction of flow. But which one controls the heat mixture????
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