Question about 2004 Dodge Dakota
If you have little or no air flow from the vents, it has nothing to do with the amount of R134a (freon) that is in the system. DO NOT add any refrigerant if you are not absolutely sure it is low. Low or no airflow through the vents is either a blower motor that is slow or dead; a blower motor control module that has failed; an internal door in the A/C unit that is broken; or something got behind the glovebox (napkins?) that is blocking the air intake. Does the airflow change if you push the recirculate button? Has the controller been replaced recently? There is an update when you replace the controller. You have to reverse the wires in the connector or the blower will run backwards and not blow out.
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
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