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Question by pingblip
Submitted on 7/27/2003
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Why does my evaporator core keep failing in my 1995 Dodge Ram pickup? This is the second unit to be replaced. Is it just shoddy parts that CHRYSLER Corp. is selling to the consumer? You can only get these evaporator cores from the dealer. This is a problem too
when there is a monopoly on the replacement parts!

Answer by Shacrl03toy@aol.com
Submitted on 8/29/2003
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Hey Yes mopar builds crummy parts I.E. very thin in order do speed cooling process- Check to see if they (INSTALLER) are using correct foam or tar installation around core inside evap-core housing-may be vibrating inside if not done properly (available at most a/c supply companies.


Answer by ridicule
Submitted on 5/6/2004
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because they never got all the sand out of the casting from the factory.


Answer by BMAC
Submitted on 7/8/2004
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Check the drain for the condensation of the evaporator. It is under the hood on the fire wall. They get pluged very easly. Just cut the drain tube for a larger hole.If the evaporator sit in the water it will rust through and leak.


Answer by wanky
Submitted on 7/17/2006
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This part can be bought at Oreillys,i just bought one for my Dodge truck.If you deal with the dealer you will be taken to the cleaners.


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