Shut the car off and get out. Something is broken and if its producing smoke, it could catch on fire.
Sorry bad news Your heater core has a leak
The blower resister is not supposed to be grounded. The smoke may be steam from a leaky heater core.
The heater core has failed.
Smoke could be coming from the vents of your car for a number of reasons. You may have an internal car fire.
this kind of thing happens in my durango when i have the ac on and its humid inside the car.
I assume you mean smoke and water are coming from the A/C vents. I suspect you are seeing steam and coolant. You probably have a heater core leaking.I assume you mean smoke and water are coming from the A/C vents. I suspect you are seeing steam and coolant. You probably have a heater core leaking.
Sounds like the inside of the dash is on fire. I'd recommend a fire extinguisher.
If that smoke is more like steam, you have a leaky heater core.
If the vents are inside the cab of the truck, this could mean you have blown your heater core.
a person satnding in the way of the vents
The magma gushes out and then it flows every where. The volcano has vents that let air come out. When the vents open steam/ smoke comes out of those vents.
Most of the time it is caused by a hole in the heater core, do you smell a sweet smell? The sweet smell would be the antifreeze.
you probably need a heater core.
Check the fan motor itself. It may be shorting enough to cause it to run hot. the smell may by from the motor itself.
Smoke from the vents can indicate a problem with the brushes in the interior blower motor. It may also be a symptom of the vehicle being on fire in which case evacuation and retreat to a safe distance is advisable.
Nope, that would be steam.
your cabin filter might be dirty
Check the Heater Core? Did it smell like oil or antifreeze. My Heater Core went, started blowing out smoke from the vent. Most Likely the Problem. "smoke" poured into my 1991 when the ac blew out all the freon and froze up the outside temp gage.
replace the heater core
There may be several reasons why the air only blows out the front vents and not on the floor or the defrost on the 2003 Dodge Ram. The fuses may be blown, or the heating coil is not working correctly.
could be a leaking heater core ( Steam ) . Depends on WHAT KIND OF SMOKE. Is it steam or smoke. Smoke like something burning could be oil. electrical, etc
The most likely cause would be a vacuum leak at the rear of the engine or a defective selector switch.
Bad check valve it's on the right side of intake manifold
you need a new heater core