2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Q&A
2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Question: Blower not working
Check your blower motor operation. Listen to the motor to see if it changes speeds when you turn the Fan speed knob. If the motor changes speeds, the motor and associated resistor etc are working properly. The recirculation door is likely broken and blocking the air flow coming into the HVAC housing from the outside air inlet. If the recir door is working properly you will hear the change in air flow when you go from outside air to recir. You can inspect the Recir door by removing the blower motor and visually looking at the flapper door with the aid of a mirror. Replacement will require partial removal of the HVAC housing. - Johnny Mopar
It sounds like the cabin air filter is plugged. These are usually located behind the glove box or below it. Alot of times just cleaning the filters helps alot by knocking out the dust or using a air hose on them. - Visitor
Little air flow at feet, defroster or passenger area. Already read Q&A from "Blower Vent Door is Stuck almost Closed. How can I repair." I see many screws to remove under dash. How and where to I s...
my knob for the airflow control only works on high, whether its AC or heat it works great on high, but nothing at all on the lower settings. Any advice?
at all(no blower). i took blower motor out and hooked up direct to a jump box and it turned right on... i then replaced the resistor in the heat box and still no power... im lost on whats comes next
I have replaced blower resistor and ignition module. anyone know what the problem is? Thanks for any input.
The blower in my truck just all of a sudden quit. It will work on high but that is it. What could cause this.