Why does my air in my truck work when its not so hot out but when it gets hot it doesn't work?
Heat and air knobs don't seem to work on my 2002 Dodge truck heat comes on when my air is on. i cannot regulate the heat either?
It sounds like the Hot Air Damper Door is stuck. In the old days there used to be a water control valve for the heater core. It was cheaper to use a Damper Door to close off and control the amount of air flowing through the heater core and/or blending with the AC Air. If the Door gets stuck open you will always have hot air. If the Door gets stuck closed, you never have…
How can I remove Air Freshener smell from pickup I am very allergic I have steamed interior and left open to air for several weeks Better but still unable to drive truck?
As much as their company is willing to pay them. You could have a Class B CDL and drive a trash truck, dump truck, roll off truck, oilfield truck, or have a job where driving isn't even the primary line of work. By the way, there is no such thing as an air brake endorsement on a US license - only a restriction for CDL drivers if they don't pass the written air brakes test…
Mine air often contains pollution and gasses. The further a miner goes down the hotter it gets, so to work air conditioning or some source of air is needed. In coal mines the mining of coal produces a coal dust. The fine grains of the dust gets into the miners lungs and this eventually causes a disease that kills the person.
What do you do if your vehicle's air conditioning stopped and will not take any more fluid and appears blocked?
If you can buy air line antifreeze, buy some. Open the hood. Disconnect the air line from the air compressor. Dump some of the air line antifreeze into the air line. Reconnect the air line to the compressor. Isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol may also be used for this purpose in a pinch. Otherwise, idle your motor and wait - the air gets heated, and will eventually unfreeze the air lines.
The compressor compresses air and send it to either a wet tank or directly to the air dryer. Oil and moisture in the compressed air are absorbed by the desiccant in the air dryer canister. When the compressor signals cut out, it also send a signal to the dryer to open the purge valve, which purges the canister.
The engine needs to be hot in order for you to get got air. On a cold morning, even if you let your truck run for a while, will not get hot enough to blow hot air usually until you drive it for a little bit. When it gets at or near operating temperature there is no reason that it shouldn't blow hot air.