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P311-2B919E8    New

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Premium Guard
2014 Ram C/V Cabin Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L Premium Guard

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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
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Premium Guard
2012 Ram C/V Cabin Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L Premium Guard

P311-3919BD1    New

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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
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2012 - Ram C/V V 3604 220
Hastings
2015 Ram C/V Cabin Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L Hastings

P311-2E5BCEE    New

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Hastings Cabin Air Filter
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Beck Arnley
2013 Ram C/V Cabin Air Filter Beck Arnley

P311-29E79C0    New

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Beck Arnley Cabin Air Filter
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2013 - Ram C/V
Fram
2012 Ram C/V Cabin Air Filter Fram

P311-338FF6F    New

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Fram Cabin Air Filter
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2012 - Ram C/V
Hastings
2014 Ram C/V Cabin Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L Hastings

P311-5BAA0A4    New

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Hastings Cabin Air Filter
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Premium Guard
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2014 - Ram ProMaster 1500 L 2998 183
Wix
2012 Ram C/V Cabin Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L Wix

P311-312CE7A    New

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Wix Cabin Air Filter
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    • Length: 9.09
    • MediaType: Synthetic
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    • Outer Diameter Top: 0.00
    • Style: Cabin Air Panel
    • Width: 7.87
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Wix
2014 Ram ProMaster 1500 Cabin Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L Wix

P311-41A7A91    New

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Question From woogee on water in vetalation system

03 izuzu rodeo mold smell in vents and can hear liquid sloshing behind dash , replaced heater core no leaks i have read that these have issues getting clogged with leaves etc . what i have done is jam a piece of bike cable housing 4 feet up thru drain tube to try to unclog but nothin comes out how else can i find and drain it out .

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

? Is this to say you replaced the heater core and it wasn't leaking? No damp or wet floor mat either? OMG why did you go in there?


If a vent tube can't let condensate (water) out from A/C evaporator they are found clogged but relatively clean water only no antifreeze. Clearing those is done with a CAREFUL push with like a wire tie, pinch of it usually enough and done. Ramming 4 feet of cable up there now you could have damaged things that were fine. If temp control and A/C doesn't work now you know why.


You hear it sloshing and have an odor - yes a problem I dare say mostly from fine leaf, pollen, dirt that ran down cowl where wipers are turned or perhaps a cabin air filter issue - odor alone up to poor air flow.
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So you had it apart and didn't find anything at all and it's back together again and still makes a sloshing sound?
You may be hearing coolant rush thru heater core with or without air bubbles in system. Pinching off inlet hose for a test would prove that and some vehicles use a restrictor to slow flow of hot coolant to help or stop that from new that doesn't get replaced if a hose was replaced or other work prior to this.
Nothing found and odor? Two possible different things if it didn't come gushing out while in there noise was one issue the odor another and is a real problem for some. First thing is spray Lysol type product down vents outside where wipers turn while blower is blowing air thru system and no harm spraying into panel vents and hope to kill any real mold odor. Some very serious problems can require taking the HVAC box right out but so far you didn't mention finding anything.
Mats and carpet will hold moisture under them, even rot out floors and a real pest to totally dry out for good once source isn't just making it wet again.


I think you are hearing coolant flowing and odor is just some fine rotted leaves or something or worse if the car has been flooded bad enough never ending issues.
If everything work and now just odor do as said with heater hose (inlet hose) to test and perhaps for odor ask around who might have and only hear of this a place you ionize or gas the interior which would take a place to put it to do so.
IDK - if a rodent, bird or who knows is rotting in there somewhere it's a real problem up to getting rid of cars over,
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Response From Discretesignals

Do you hear water sloshing from the HVAC case area when your revving the engine? If you have to pull the evaporator case on that one, its an easy job and doesn't require removing the dash, but you will still need the system recovered and recharged. Sometimes you have to pull the case if the evaporator is caked up and moldy or if there is leave city in there.