Question about 2006 Dodge Ram 1500
The air flow director is controlled by vacuum. If you remove the controller you will find several small, different colored vacuum lines. First check if there is any vacuum to them by removing them while the engine is running. If there isn't, then the main vacuum supply could be blocked or disconnected. If there is vacuum, then its possible that the "air director" is either jammed up, broken, or the linkage is disconnected. Both problems are quite a chore to fix. It'd be best to bring it to a shop that specializes in this area because it requires removing the entire dash. I've done this and it took me 3 whole days to complete, It saved me a lot of money, but gave me major headaches.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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