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Old 11-22-2010, 09:19 PM
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i have a 96 ram 1500, 5.2 ext cab lb 2wd. my heater fan seams to want to quit once it has run for awile. turn the truck off for a half hour and it works again, im confused? any educated guesses anyone?
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Possible bad door in heater case , bad blower motor , etc ....Stop by the newbie section and introduce yourself .
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I had the same problem with my 98 ram .It was purchased used this summer and I had only used the a/c until two days ago ,It ran fine for awhile then would just stop,then once it cooled off it would run just fine again . I took it out and found someone had spilled soda or something down the vents and it drained right to the fan motor housing. I cleaned it out and tried it again to find out the motor was going bad. Hope this helps and good luck getting it fixed.
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Myabe a poor connection with the motor speed resistor. Its located underneath the dash, next to the blower motor housing.
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