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Old 04-15-2011, 09:13 AM
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Default AC stops blowing at certain RPMs

As said in the title, sometimes the AC stops blowing out of the vents when I hit a certain rpm. At first I thought it was just between 60-65 mph, but I goosed the gas in lower gears and noticed it was doing the same thing at other speeds. You can still hear the blower doing it's thing, but when it hits that magic rpm number, the air starts blowing out somewhere else...(haven't really tried to figure out where it was going--other vents, just up in the dash, etc.) Then after it shifts gears and the rpms change, or if you let up off the gas, the air will start blowing back outta the vents I selected.

Is this a common problem? Something to be worried about?? Easy fix?

Ideas, suggestions:
Aaron Roy Matherne--99 Ram 1500 4x4 5.9L Laramie
I got 99 problems but my truck ain't one.
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