My blower is making a worring sound but is barely forcing any air out of the vents. i was wondering if my 06' dodge ram 1500 has a passenger air filter. i need to buy a service manual but can't find a store that sells them for my vehicle.
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Flow though the panel registers (not vents) and floor/defog outlets can be impeded by clogging of the (actual) vents in the doors because air can only enter the cab as rapidly as it can be vented from the cab to the exterior. Find those vents and make sure they are unblocked and free of clogging material buildup. As a quick check for fault cab venting, crack open a window to see if register air flow speed comes up to match fan speed. If not, then something is blocking the door vents; possibly even ice.
You have broken vent door on your truck.
Remove the glovebox use flash light to check top of the heaterbox area (top of blower motor housing- toward windshiled area) You will see sponge covered vent.door or you just see outside light)
you can get complete repair kit with necessary electrical actuator about 65/75$ but thing is a job,, basically you have to remove almost whole dashboard to replace them correctly.
Sometimes, over a period of time,things or dirt and dust have accumujlated on dash and eventually gets blown down the defroster ducts and builds up on ac evaporator while there is moisture on it and the combonation of the two plugs up the evaporator causing a huge lack of air flow at vents.The combination of the two can cause almost cement making it very hard to clean up.I have actually had to replace quite a few evaporators because of the time consuming clean ups.
philkgoodman: I have the same exact problem with my 2006 ram 3500. I bought it used and its been like this since i bought it so im not sure if its normal. My guess is the cabin filter is getting clogged. I heard from someone that dodge doesnt have a cabin filter in their trucks. I'm not sure how true that is but trying to find out where it is if there is one. please email me if you find the problem. thanks email@example.com
I have a 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 club cab. I have had my a/c recharged but it is only blowing barely cold air. It used to shut down when I accelerated and blow hot air before. I don't have that problem anymore except barely cold air. Any solutions?