My air conditioning works fine when I am driving. When I stop at a light or I am parked the air being blown in the cabin becomes warm. I've tried reving the engine to see if that would help but it does not. even if I am just rolling down a hill the air gets colder. If someone knows what this is I would also be interested in how much it might cost. Thank You in advance.
a.c doesn't work when truck is idle on 2002 Dodge Ram 1500
by cowboyken072474 in Manchester, CT on August 16, 2009
4 answers 4 comments
ANSWER by bdigger69 , October 24, 2009
you have a blown fuse had the same broblem, just replace fuse.
COMMENT by cowboyken072474 , October 25, 2009
bdigger69 you are correct. It was the fuse. SO SIMPLE now. Thanks for your response
COMMENT by Visitor , June 19, 2010
I too just replaced this fuse! Thank you so much! God bless!
COMMENT by mac1781 , August 08, 2011
Which fuse? How do I find it?
COMMENT by Myrica , May 18, 2015
I'm having trouble finding the fuse information also. Can someone help?
ANSWER by Bret Bodas , August 17, 2009
This sounds like a fan issue. When your truck is moving, air is moving through the radiator/condenser, but not when the truck is stopped. At a stop, the radiator fan performs this job, so that is where I would start.
ANSWER by staceyj , August 27, 2009
I had the same issue. It is the fan.
ANSWER by Zippo_ram , September 02, 2009
If you push a paper clip in the back of the fan and push the rear plate in alittle bit and keep it there it will work. It is still working in my truck.