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My 2004 &1/2 Dodge 3500 heater grid indicator light on the instrument panel has been going out immediately and not staying on for even a minimal amount of time like it use to. It is the end of Sept. here in Tennessee and the temperature is still above 50 degrees. It seems to start fairly well, but that indicator light always seemed to stay on for at least 5 seconds even in the hot weather. Could I have a problem that may be something I should know before the cold weather gets here?

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SOURCE: 2001 Dodge Caravan SE 2.4L.. In cold Weather it starts then stalls and dies...?

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Inlet air temperature sensor, also known as throttle body temperature sensor, will do that. Don't go changing TPS, or IAC, as suggested in other post. If they work good in warm weather, they should do the same in cold. Air inlet sensor tells system how much fuel to deliver according to temperature, as engine needs more fuel the colder it is when starting.

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  1. disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.


  2. remove the center bezel (1) from the instrument panel and disconnect the wire harness connectors (4 and 5) from the back of the a/c-heater control (2) see: body and frameinterior moulding / trimdashboard / instrument panelservice and repairinstrument panel center bezel - removal .



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  1. place the center bezel on a workbench and remove the four screws (3) that secure the a/c-heater control to the center bezel and remove the control.


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  1. position the a/c-heater control (2) into the back of the instrument panel center bezel (1).


  2. install the four screws (3) that secure the a/c-heater control to the center bezel. tighten the screws to 2.2 nm (20 in. lbs.).


  3. connect the wire harness connectors (4 and 5) to the back of the a/c-heater control and install the instrument panel center bezel see: body and frameinterior moulding / trimdashboard / instrument panelservice and repairinstrument panel center bezel - installation .


  4. reconnect the negative battery cable.


assuming this is the correct application for your vehicle, you should be good to go. let me know if you need further assistance.

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