Question about Dodge Ram 1500
My AC fan does not turn on when the AC is running. Is this a bad fan, or relay switch, Need help quick so I do not go to dealer and pay a arm and a leg for something simple I can do my self.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
step 1.Remove steering wheel horn cover
step 2.Remove steering wheel retaining nut (disconect airbag if so equipped)
step 3.Using moderate force remove wheel from steering column
step 4.Discard vehicle (donate,push off cliff,leave on train tracks,ect)
step 5.Purchase new vehicle (preferably a non-lemon)
step 6.Swap steering wheel with one from step 3
step 7.Enjoy the feeling of having "fixed" your auto troubles
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
SOURCE: please help me have AC
I had the same problem with my 96 jetta, no freon leaks, when I push the ac button on (with the fan switch on), the ac electrical clutch engages compressor is turning, system is fully charged. It was compressor failure, you need to replace the compressor, and everything down the line cause it is contaminated with debris from your compressor.
You need an expansion valve, drier/ accumulator, and seal kit(o-rings an so forth), should cost between $400-$500 range.
You also need to clean your lines of debris.
One shop was going to charge $1,100 this includes parts, freon and labor, you can save $500+ to do it yourself.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
ONE SUGGESTION COULD BE TO SWAP THE RELAY FOR ANOTHER TO SEE IF THIS FIXES THE PROBLEM. IF IT DOESN'T, THEN PERHAPS THE COMPRESSOR CLUTCH IS STUCK IN THE CLOSED POSITION. UNPLUG THE CLUTCH TO SEE IF THE COMPRESSOR STOPS. HOPE THIS HELPS. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA AND FOR AN HONEST RATING. GOOD LUCK
Posted on May 26, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 Dodge Ram Ac Issue
Most likely you have a leak. Turn the air conditioner on high and look at the compressor on the engine if it turns for a few seconds and turns off you may be low on freon. If it does not turn at all you may be very low on freon in both cases it needs to be recharged, you should also try to find the leak and repair it to. Also check the condenser in front of the radiator to make sure nothing is blocking it. Good luck with it.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
Compressor change should have no effect, presuming it is working correctly. Have a qualified shop diagnose the system, there are tons of items involved, pressures, tempratures, heating system, etc. Remember that you are heating OUTSIDE air unless you are using recirculation setting...Hard to lower outside air to cool during the short time that the air is in the evaporator coils.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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