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My a/c isn't blowing out cold air. The freon levels are fine but it feels like I have the heater on. Also it seems the unit turns off and on I can feel a slight tug when the car is being driven.

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  • crz469v Aug 09, 2008

    I will give it a try thanks.

  • lapdg Nov 15, 2008

    I have the same problem with my 2001 ram 2500 pickup. Where can i find a manual that can show me the location ?

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I think that your air mix door (Blend door) inside the dash is either leaking or the motor that operates it is not working, the tug you feel is the normal cycling of the ac system as the pressures change high to low and so on. I assume you have a new Dodge, so the system can test itself, have the test performed to find the trouble code and fix the door.

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