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Old 04-20-2010, 12:43 AM
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i have the same problem with mine but mine only blows on defrost an feet mode

hoping to find a way of fixing it
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i have the same problem with mine but mine only blows on defrost an feet mode

hoping to find a way of fixing it
Try this website. Most likely a blend door.

http://heatertreater.net/Dodge%20Ram%20Video.html
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Mode door actually. There are two in the HVAC housing.
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I had the same issue on My '03. It turned out to be blend door that changes form inside to outside air was broken. The mechanic who turned me on to this said it was a very common problem and there is an easy fix. Pull the bottom off the blower housing off and reach up in the top and feel to see if it is actually broken. If it is, pull the broken pieces out and put the bottom back on. You are DONE! I have not had any more "switching issues.

Now my blower seems to have stopped, unsure if it is the blower, or electrical. The way it stopped, almost seems like a loose wire or something. Anyone got any suggestions?
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