Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
There is most likely a leaky vacuum line under the hood somewhere that supplies the vacuum needed to move the air mode doors around. Usually I find that the line line is disconnected or broken, often by the passenger side of the intake manifold. Most of the time the line is about 1/8" diameter and made of black plastic. There is more than on line in that area so you may have to carefully inspect all of them to find the problem. Sometimes there is a vacuum diagram under the hood that will show the routing of the lines but often it doesn't include the supply line for the air doors. Hope this helps you find your problem!
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