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Location of the HVAC module/panel on 2014RAM 2500 ?

Grandson Left the windows down--rainstorm came and got water inside the pickup, now the AC doesn't work and the air does NOT blow out of the vents. 2014 RAN 2500, Need the HVAC module location..

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SOURCE: AC/BLOWS FROM DEFROST VENT ONLY

passenger side right above the airbox 1 plastic line it loves to pop off

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Damper/flap for driver's side is probably stuck. Try moving the selector from cold to hot several times. Also, move the recirc/outside air control if the previous doesn't work.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: bi-level on heat/ac does not blow air out the front dash vents. It is at least partially vacuum controlled.

Check under your hood for broken or loose vacuum lines. Also, the pot on the hood? i believe, on that one. There should be avacuum line running to it. Looks like a little bowling ball. With your engine running , listen for a hissing.

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SOURCE: 98 ford explorer AC isn't blowing out of the front vents

can't help you w/ fuse panel diagram-- but it may be your front blower motor door. sometimes they stick in the closed position. good luck!!

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SOURCE: 2003 dodge durango front AC vents not working

had this trouble in a dakota it was a blend door in the heater unit. had to remove entire dash to repair

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Bulletin No.: 03-01-39-011B
Date: November 22, 2005
TECHNICAL
Subject:
Water Leaks Into Passenger Compartment Through HVAC Module Condensate Drain Tube When Parked on Incline/Uphill Position (Install Auxiliary Drain Tube Extension)
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Supercede:
This bulletin is being revised to include the 2005 and 2006 model years. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 03-01-39-011A (Section 01 - HVAC).
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When vehicle is parked on an incline with the front end up during a rainstorm or when driving uphill during a rainstorm, water may leak into the passenger compartment through the condensate drain tube opening of the HVAC module.
Cause
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Correction 1. Open the hood and locate the HVAC module condensate drain tube in the engine compartment on the right side of the dash panel.
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  1. Left sound insulator panel.
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  3. Pull first filter out using filter tab. Filters will bend to clear accelerator pedal.
  4. Pull the second filter out using tab.
  5. Pull the third filter out using tab.
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Air Door Actuators Removal & Installation Console Mode To Remove:
  1. Remove the center console from the vehicle.
  2. Detach the air outlet duct from the center console.
  3. Disconnect the console mode actuator connector.
  4. Detach the console mode actuator from the center console.
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  1. Attach the console mode actuator to the center console. Torque the screws to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
  2. Connect the console mode actuator connector.
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Left Side Air Temperature To Remove:
  1. Remove the instrument panel carrier from the instrument panel.
  2. Disconnect the left side air temperature actuator connector. HVAC control module - left side gm-10-00-1844.gif

  3. Detach the left side air temperature actuator from the HVAC module.
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  1. Attach the left side air temperature actuator to the HVAC module. Torque the screw to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
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Right Side Air Temperature To Remove:
  1. Remove the instrument panel carrier from the instrument panel.
  2. Disconnect the right side air temperature actuator connector.
  3. Detach the right side air temperature actuator from the HVAC module.
To Install:
  1. Attach the right side air temperature actuator to the HVAC module. Torque the screw to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
  2. Connect the left side air temperature actuator connector.
  3. Install the instrument panel carrier onto the instrument panel.
  4. Recalibrate the right side air temperature actuator.
Mode To Remove:
  1. Remove the left floor duct from under the instrument panel (I/P).
  2. Disconnect the mode actuator connector. HVAC control module - left side gm-10-00-1844.gif

  3. Detach the mode actuator from the HVAC module.
To Install:
  1. If installing a new mode actuator, move the mode door to the middle position.
  2. Attach the mode actuator to the HVAC module. Torque the screw to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
  3. Connect the mode actuator connector.
  4. Install the left floor duct under the instrument panel (I/P).
  5. Recalibrate the mode actuator.
Defrost Valve To Remove:
  1. Remove the instrument panel carrier from the instrument panel.
  2. Disconnect the defrost valve actuator connector. HVAC control module - left side gm-10-00-1844.gif

  3. Detach the defrost valve actuator from the HVAC module.
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  1. Attach the defrost valve actuator to the HVAC module. Torque the screw to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
  2. Connect the defrost valve actuator connector.
  3. Install the instrument panel carrier onto the instrument panel.
Recirculation To Remove:
  1. Remove the HVAC module from the instrument panel.
  2. Detach the air inlet assembly from the HVAC module. Recirculation actuator removal and installation gm-10-00-1845.gif

  3. Disconnect the recirculation actuator connector.
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  1. Attach the recirculation actuator to the HVAC module. Torque the screw to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
  2. Attach the air inlet assembly to the HVAC module. Torque the screw to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
  3. Connect the recirculation actuator connector.
  4. Install the HVAC module into the instrument panel.
  5. Recalibrate the recirculation actuator.
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To Remove:
CAUTION
Do not apply power to the actuator when it is removed from the HVAC module.
  1. Remove the instrument panel hush panel.
  2. Disconnect the connector from the air temperature actuator.
  3. Remove the air temperature actuator mounting screws.
  4. Remove the actuator from the HVAC assembly.
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To Remove:
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  4. Remove the left air temperature actuator.
To Install:
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  4. Remove the mode actuator mounting screws from the HVAC module.
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To Install:
  1. Position the mode actuator with the actuator cam to the HVAC module.
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  2. Install the mode actuator mounting screws.
  3. Connect the mode actuator electrical connection.
  4. Install the center console duct and the center console (if equipped).
  5. Install the floor air outlet duct extension to the floor air duct.
  6. Calibrate the actuator.
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To Remove:
CAUTION
Do not apply power to the actuator when it is removed from the HVAC module.
  1. Remove the instrument panel upper trim panel.
  2. Remove the instrument panel lower trim panel and glove box assembly.
  3. Remove the passenger side air bag.
  4. Disconnect the connector from the recirculation actuator.
  5. Remove the recirculation actuator mounting screws.
  6. Remove the recirculation actuator from the HVAC assembly.
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  2. Install the recirculation actuator mounting screws.
  3. Connect the electrical connector to the recirculation actuator.
  4. Install the passenger side air bag.
  5. Install the instrument panel lower trim panel and the glove box assembly.
  6. Install the instrument panel upper trim panel.
  7. Calibrate the actuator.
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To Remove:
CAUTION
Do not apply power to the actuator when it is removed from the HVAC module.
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  2. Remove the evaporator core cover from the HVAC module.
  3. Remove the recirculation actuator from the HVAC module assembly.
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  1. Position the recirculation actuator on the HVAC assembly.
  2. Install the recirculation actuator mounting screws.
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  4. Install the HVAC module assembly.
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HI. This is not an easy job but, im sure you will be able to accomplish this with a little guidance. I have put together a guide for you to follow. Its a step by step guide and, it will help you with this replacement of your heater core.


REMOVING THE OLD CORE--

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Step 1

Jack up the car and drain the Impala's cooling system. Loosen the water pump's drain bolt and let the coolant drain into a pan. Close the drain bolt and lower the car afterward.
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Step 2

Remove the heater outlet and inlet hose from the heater core (reposition the hose clamps to do so). Take off the right console extension panel, body control module and left side extension panel on the front floor console
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Step 3

Disconnect the left instrument center support bracket (pull away the carpet at its bottom to reach the nuts). Remove the accelerator control pedal from its position in the front of the dash.
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Step 4

Disengage the center floor ducts by raising the outlet duct while pushing the ducts down. Rotate the outlet duct forward in the car and pull down to remove it from the HVAC module.
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Step 5

Use a small chisel to remove all the heat stakes from the heater core cover. Loosen the nut behind the fuel line bracket. Remove the dash panel's stud at the heater hoses.
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Step 6

Pull the core's cover down enough to reach the HVAC module's locating pins. Slide the cover rearward until the drain tube clears the dash front. Remove the cover by sliding it down, rearward, and to the right. You can now remove the core.
Installing the New Core


INSTALLING THE NEW CORE---

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Step 1

Install the new core into the HVAC module, attaching a new seal onto the drain tube. Attach the core cover from the right side, sliding it up and forward into position.
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Step 2

Align the drain tube with the front dash hole and the core cover holes with the HVAC locating pins. Install the core cover screws, cutting and folding back the sound insulator near the center screw to ease that screw's installation.
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Step 3

Reinstall the dash panel stud at the heater hoses, tightening the nut behind the fuel line bracket. Align the center floor duct with the HVAC and push it up while rotating rearward to install it. Put the floor ducts and outlet duct back into the Chevy Impala.
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Step 4

Attach the accelerator control pedal. Pull the carpet back and position the left center support bracket, then tighten the bracket nuts.
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Step 5

Reconnect the left side front floor console extension panel and the body control module to the car.
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Step 6

Put on the outlet hose and inlet hoses to the core, securing them with their clamps. Refill the cooling system with the proper mixture of water and coolant.


Inspect the foam seal for the core on the lower HVAC case. Replace it with adhesive black foam tape if damaged.

Please rate and have a good day:)

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