Last time it was the relay, this time it's not ...
I'm in the process of troubleshooting the A/C system on my 2003 Ram
pickup (std cab, auto, 5.7, 130K, Texas), and suspect that the
fan for the condenser may be dead. I still have some fault isolation
to do, but I've already done the obvious relay-swapping with no
- it doesn't spin.
Next will be to get a DVM and check for voltage at the fan connector
with A/C on, followed by supplying external voltage to the motor to
see if it runs when directly connected to the battery.
Anyway, I've been reading ahead in the service manual, which
me to remove the entire condenser unit (opening the freon
connections!) in order to replace the fan. It's hard to imagine
something built to be so hard to service - any Dodge techs out there
is that how you actually do it every day, or has anyone found a