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My 2003 dodge 2500 has air condition issues.at idle it blows cold air as long as it sitting still.as soon as I start down the road and drive a few miles the air stops blowing cold.HELP

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On a vehicle 11 years old, I would say
put gauges on it & then leak test it.
Most likely has a leak & is low on refrigerant
& when you move ,you put too many BTU's across
the evaporator from the cabin & it is not at 40 degress
to remove the heat

Posted on Aug 01, 2013

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SOURCE: Dodge a/c blows warm while idling

improperly charged or faulty compressor have them recheck it

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SOURCE: 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 - The heater blows cold air

the heater blowing cold at an Idle and warm while driving it,is usually low coolant in the radiator,remove the radiator cap when engine is cold,fill to the top,and fill overflow tank to full,if that doesn't take care of it,check the heater hoses at an idle and see if they are both the same temp,it might be a water pump not doing its job.

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SOURCE: 2003 Dodge ram 1500 4-wheel drive (quad-cab) Air Conditioning

your system needs to be recharged

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SOURCE: 2003 3500 dodge a/c won't blow cold air. started

could be door actuator for the temp or mode door or a/c needs to be looked at for possible leak my money is on a door actuator, please let me know

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