Question about 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 Club Cab
There is a rubber grommet on fire wall beside brake booster. I am trying to figure out what goes there. Also when my defroster is selected it mostly just blows air on floor and very little on windshield
Not certain... just a thought... I believe Dodge uses vacuum solenoids to switch air flow from floor to vents and to defrost. Perhaps your loose line is from that solenoid. My '93 would go from defrost to floor when climbing a hill because of loss of vacuum. I hope this helps steer you to a solution.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you sure its not the breather tube for the t-case. about 3/8 hose if it is. the vacuum lines for the 4x4 are small plastic lines. red, blue, yellow, etc. think there are four of them
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Hope you have the same set up, sure you do. You may have either crossed your vaccum lines or when you were putting your heater/ac box back together or you may of pinched the vents somewhat closed. Cycle through the different zones to ensure the vents are moving as your are selecting (defrost, floor, ect...) If you think the vaccum lines are correct then you may have a reassembly issue with the Heater/ac box. I had the same problem with my 2000 Dodge Ram 4x4. Use the KISS rule "keep it simple stupid" start with the vaccum lines and all your wiring to the motors, make sure everything is plugged in. Hopefully you'll find it there before going back into the box again.
Posted on May 05, 2009
Your heating and air conditioning system is controlled by the Body Control Module (BCM). Any diagnosis should begin with scanning the (BCM) for trouble codes to determine the source of the problem and/or which circuits and components are involved.
If a failed mode door actuator is, in fact the problem, the instrument panel must be removed to gain access to it.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
It sounds like you have a bad mastercylinder cause when you panic brake it doesn't have time to bleed through the valve in the cylinder but under normal braking your foot is on pedal longer in turn giving the fluid time to bypass the valve in the mastercylinder in turn the pedal going to the floor.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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