It's okay we found out from trial and error. We just flushed the rad several times which removed all build up that was causing the problem. The heat works like brand new now.
No such part on a Dakota.No such part on a Dakota.
Any engine has the potential to "blow up," given the correct circumstances.
Find the vacuumline that goes from the intake to the resirvoir and from the resirvoir to the inside of the cab. It isn't connected.
In many cases leaves can cause smoke to blow through the defrost of a 1990 Ford F 150
on my 1992 road touring itdid the same thing and it was the computer but it only cost 102.00 from gm
If you have all of those symptoms, it sounds like selector on front dash is all shorting out, or your PMC module is acting up sending all different singles.
on your car it is a defalt mode for air to blow out defrost when there is no vacumn from the engine so you should look for a broken vacum line or see if it has come unplugged on the engine.
Martin - 1992 Blow Baby Blow 4-3 was released on: USA: 23 September 1995
your blower motor has gone bad In the firewall on the passenger side of the truck is the blower motor speed resister coils, they burn out alot. I could not find one for my Dakota so I got one from a dodge caravan and I changed the wirring, that is the most likely problem
Could also be a short to ground. If it runs all the time that's what it probably is. Get a wiring diagram and figure it out
It is possible to blow up almost anything if you have a large enough bomb.
you have a vacuum leak. defrost is the default when a vacuum leak is present.
On the passenger side under the hood on the fire wall there is a vacuum hose along with a one way check ball valve, the vacuum line always brakes or cracks which will cause the air to only blow on defrost or blow from vents until you give it more gas or climb a hill. Find the broken vacuum line and repair it, that will fix the problem, if it doesn't you may have a check ball valve on that vacuum line that has gone bad.
you have to trick the ac computer by shuting it off then restarting it...
what make the fan relay blow out on dodge stratus
The default for heaters is to go to defrost if there is a problem in the system. You will have to get under the dash to find the problem. Probably best to take it in as they can get tricky without diagrams depending on the system
The AC does not blow on the main front vents. Only rear and defrost.
Might need more coolant or may need to replace thermostat.
Sounds like a stuck blend door.
in the dash but check the resistor 1st the blow e.z. it is in engin comp. passinger side on heater core lines it looks just like a water heater fuse
If the smoke has a blue-ish tint to it, then it's because you motor is burning oil and probably going to blow up soon.That is bad.you should probably be looking for a new vehicle.
The vacuum supply line from the engine is disconnected or broken. When the vacuum supply is cut off the system defaults to the defrost mode.
Blow by is caused by internal engine problems. You need a new engine.
You either have a bad selector switch or a bad vacuum hose at the rear of the engine.