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After getting a tune up, now no air coming through the dash vents

1998 Dodge Durango Vacuum leak?

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  • captonconcre Jun 21, 2009

    Could it be a vacuum line that was knoked off or left off, while tune up work included plug wires and all.



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It's coinsidental.You have a bad motor on the heater box,very common.You can't replace it yourself either. The motor has to be programmed in the body computer. Physically you can replace it but you need to get it calibrated & programmed.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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    Pete MacSparran Jun 21, 2009

    Don't think that's possible. All you had done was a spark plug change,wires checked,...a basic tune-up. All the wires for the ac are in the cab. There's no vaccuum lines to operate the ac or heat. That's old school. Your's is controlled by a body computer & like 6 motors.There's 3 computers in your truck. i could go on,but I think you will get the picture.



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