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Air is cold but not blowing

I have a 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 that has cold air, but doesn't blow well. It does a little better on max, but still not much. Also, water drips onto passanger floor when ac has been running for a while.

A friend said he had the same problem - whatever the air blows over to get cooled was clogged and had to be replaced, which involved removing the dash. Cost him around a thousand dollars. Does this sound reasonable?

Thanks for any help.

Tim

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  • timlaguaite Jun 27, 2009

    Thanks, mrchippeway. I don't knos anything about ac's. Just wondering if this is preventing the cold air from blowing.

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Sounds like a leaking heater core, that explains the liquid. and i 've done heater core jobs on a dodge ram and it is kinda costly, approx, 5 to 7 hours depends on whos doings it.

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