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94 dodge 1500 pickup truck 318ci. auto 2wd when under load or up hill the air cuts out (no air out vents) then blows again when running speed. i should do ? jim

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  • rpayne357 Nov 24, 2008

    I have the same problem with my 1996 D1500. The blower vents close up when I step on the gas. It's especially noticeable when going uphill. The fan does not stop, the vents just close up inside somewhere.



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