Question about 2006 Dodge Ram 2500
There is a vent door that switches the intake air from outside air to inside air. (fresh vs recirculating). The vent door in some dodges break and fall down over the vent air intake, just above the fan. You can take the three fan motor screws out and reach up inside. You should be able to feel the broken vent door laying, covering the intake hole. You can try to tape it up, screw it up, or some other way of fastening it in place. I tried tape, but here in az, the heat got to it and it fell back over the intake hole. I removed it entirely. Now I cannot select fresh or recirc, but it blows hard again. The alternative is paying the dealer 700-900 to repair it. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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