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First, Im not a Buick mechanic.
* Call your local Buick dealer for service.

*** Following is for information only ***
* Other than the obvious; cracked fan, mud on fan, etc.
* I found the same question on a forum;
http://www.v8buick.com/index.php?threads/71-skylark-350-motor-with-noisy-fan.204784/

Aloha, ukboy57

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Tip

1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Blend Door Servo


I recently had issues with my AC not cooling effectively even though the system was properly charged.

I noticed that when I changed the temperature control from cold to hot and back it would not always work, which led me to believe the blend door servo wasn't working properly.

After consulting the factory service manual it called for removing the dash and the heater-A/C housing. A massive job and everyone knows the issues with the Ram dash cracking.

I reviewed several videos online, which actually show individuals removing those items and it was scary to think I would have to go through that!

After some consideration and looking at the servo, I figured out a way to check and replace it WITHOUT following the service manual instructions.

First the servo is located under the passenger side dash right next to the driveline hump. It is so close to the hump that you can't get an offset screw driver in.

All you need to do is pull back the carpet and using a box cutter cut the insulation so you can fold it back. This will give you the space required to use a #1 phillips offset screwdriver to remove the back screw.

Once the servo was removed I left the electrical plug attached and checked if it operated, and it did! I then pulled out the servo coupling (servo to blend door adapter) to find it was broken. The part number is: 05012923AB and the cost was $13 online.

Installation was the reversal of removal and now my A/C works fine!

Hope this helps!!!!

V/r

Love my Ram

on Jun 23, 2018 | 1998-1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck 4WD...


dont eat any of the following:

sugar or anything containing refined sugar
white flour
white bread
white pasta
pizza

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