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What should you check after the fuses if there is no air coming out of the heater or air conditioning of a 1995 Dodge?

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2004-08-18 10:42:45
2004-08-18 10:42:45

Make sure there is vacuum going into the passanger compartment. There should be a vacuum line from the intake manifold goung into the cab. GoodluckJoe

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