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Old 10-27-2011, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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No heat and no heater control

So in the last few days my heater controles have stopped working. I get very little heat if any when the truck is up to temp and i can no longer change it from the defrost position. From what i have been reading it sounds to be the blend door. What is the blend door, where is it, does this sound to be my issue, let me know what your guys all think. Any one have a good link too a new blend door or a youtube video on how to replace it.
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Old 10-27-2011, 09:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sound like its time for heater treater...
Heater Treater: Blend Door Fix, Heat and A/C Replacement Parts


As for vent controls it would be a vacuum problem... Check all your vacuum lines...
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Old 10-29-2011, 02:23 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Tommorrow morning watch truck u on speed. they showed how to do the heater treater on a dodge ram along with lift pump and steering brace install
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Tommorrow morning watch truck u on speed. they showed how to do the heater treater on a dodge ram along with lift pump and steering brace install
I'd rather have some one stick a hot rod up my bum than watch that show.
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Old 10-29-2011, 03:38 PM   #5 (permalink)
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well your allowed to put whatever you would like up your bum. I was just saying that its on that show and might be beneficial to the OP.
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X2 on the vacuum lines.
Check the vacuum line near the power steering pump then follow it to the firewall and further. I accidently disconnect mine every time I change the fuel filter or mess with the injectors.
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thanks for the help so far guys, The controls "started" working again so i have no idea what was wrong with them but whatever, The blend doorwas cracked compelety in half and fell right out when i pulled the motor down. I have a heater treater kit on its way as the dealer wanted $88 for the part. The problem im having is that the blend door is still hard to turn by hand and when its set to heat i still do not get much heat. I have a new t-stat in replaced less then a year ago, back flushed the heater core which seemed to help a bit but not a hole lot, and apperently the heater core was replaced before i got the truck last year as well. i have heat at both the coolent lines and one i just a bit cooler then the other, so any other guess's on why i still have piss poor heat. Shy of pulling the heater core out is there an easy way to tell if it could be blocked with leafs and junk or to see if it was ever actually replace. How much fluid does a heater core hold anyways when i flushed it only like a pint came out?
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When my heater control took a crap (and after I tore the dash damn near out of the truck), I finally found the culprit. The guy that heated up the bolt to remove my old exhaust pipe melted the vaccuum line at the firewall. .10 later I was good as new.
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