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Recirculating Door We have a 2001 Dakota Quad Cab and it has started allowing air to come through the air vents when the truck is moving. Although the switch is set to off air still flows through the vents as the truck is traveling. I believe the recirculation door is a fault but I don't know how to access it, so I can repair the door. Any help would be great

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Sounds like you are losing too much vacuum under acceleration. Possibly a partially stopped up converter, or bad intake manifold gasket. Possibly a bad door actuator in the heater box also, and the loss of power would be a seperate issue.

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