Thread: Heater problems
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Old 11-17-2009, 11:13 PM
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Originally Posted by jasper2820004 View Post
hello all, i was wondering if anyone had any answer as to what is causing all this heater issue, i have an 02 ram and like many, replaced the core, radiator and they even repleced the junction door, and still it gets heat on the passenger side, but not the driver side, and in the rockies now i need some heat!!!
Not sure model of Ram you have . So this is a swing in the dark . If you could go to the top of the page to the User Cp and complete your profile that would be great . Helps us see what you have when your posting a question . Sounds like you have a piece of ductwork detached or another door for the driver side has failed to open .
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