Question about Dodge Durango
Hello morning !! The reason u mention is true and many do have same kinda problems other reasons can be
1.As u have not mentioned about the condenser..common problem!usually is condenser at front of car in front of radiato when you run your air conditioning the condenser in front of your radiator gets very hot. This causes your coolant temperature to rise. If the single cooling fan cannot keep enough air flowing through the condenser and radiator, your engine will overheat. Plus if enough air is not flowing through the condenser to keep it cool, the pressure in your AC system will get very high. This could damage your AC compressor.
2. Also check the vaccum lines to the blend door and make sure that the heater core is not clogged
for example 2001 Dakota- resistors in mine have burned out 3 times check the wiriing harness under the dash near the fan and see if it's smoked. Dealership has no clue why this would happen. If I don't run the fan on HI it's not a problem.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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