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How to fix heat blend door 1999 dodge ram 1500 4x4

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they told you the truth....there is no way to repair it without removing dash

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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SOURCE: How to replace a Blend

Blend door mixes hot and cold, not a distribution control. Look for loose or dislodged vac lines... Heater designed to fail in defrost mode.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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It is located on the drivers side, at the left side of instrument panel located on fuse block. It simply unplugs. They are usually round about the size of a silver dollar with 3 plugs. Can be plastic or metal
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SOURCE: Where is the reverse light switch on a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 with automatic transmission located?

Look on the gearshift lever. You will have remove the cover to get to it.

Posted on May 08, 2009

SOURCE: My 1999 dodge ram club cab doors will not open

I bought a 1998 Ram quad cab that one door latch (passenger side) was seized. What I had to do was basically destroy or smash apart the latch to release it. There is no other way to get at it. I researched it thoroughly and tried everything and that was the only way. You need a small narrow, but strong screwdriver or punch to fit in between the door and rocker. I wrapped a rag around the screwdriver to help prevent damage. I tried to push the latch back, but you can't get it it very good, so I ended up smashing apart the casing after about an hour of beating. I also sprayed Rust Check in the latch a few times before I started, and also during. I also got to a point where I used Brake Cleaner to clean out the rust and dirt throughout the process as well, then sprayed more Rust Check in. That's all I can tell you, but this should help save time with what you have to do. I spent over an hour trying to free the latch which wasn't going to happen. I'm not a regular visitor of this site, just looking for my own solution to a problem, but I'm happy to share my knowledge to help. Good luck. Dexter

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I got all speeds on the blower motor and heat only on front ac vents. it won't go to defrost and to ac mode?


Temp blend door may be stuck. If it also will not go from defrost to AC the mode door may be bad also. Possible linkage or connection issue .

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I would pull off the blend door actuator and swap it out with a new one. Or another option is to swap it out with one of the other actuators. The blend door actuator is interchangeable with the actuators for the mode-air doors and the recirculation-air door.

Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.

If equipped, remove the silencer from below the driver side of the instrument panel.

Disconnect the wire harness connector from the blend door actuator located on the driver side of the air distribution housing.

Remove the two screws that secure the blend door actuator to the actuator mounting bracket and remove the actuator

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Air, either heated or cooled only comes out the dash vents, cannot redirect air to any other vents.


The most common cause of your problem is the blend door actuator. This controls air flow from defrost, vent, floot etc. In most cases, replacing the blend door actuator will fix your problem. It's commonly located above or behind the heater vents on the floor of the cabin.

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My 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 seems to not be pumping heat from the floor vents, only the dash and defrost vents. Could it be a problem with the blend door? if so where do i find it and what should I do. This...


Yes, it's a blend/mode door problem. Seems like it was pretty common for a few years. I've heard that Dodge has switched manufacturers for this part.

There's no easy fix for this. The dash and the hvac box have to be removed to get to the blend doors. You also have to disconnect the A/C lines and then recharge them...

Any chance you're still under warranty?

Here's a link to a website that has info and parts about the issue. (no affiliation)

http://www.heatertreater.net/Ram%2002-08%20Listing.html

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they told you the truth....there is no way to repair it without removing dash

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