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Mopar
2011 Ram 5500 A/C Evaporator Core Mopar

P311-266B6EE    W0133-1932502  New

Qty:
$382.94
Mopar A/C Evaporator Core
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Mopar
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Vehicle
2011 - Ram 5500
Four Seasons
2011 Ram Dakota A/C Evaporator Core Four Seasons - Evaporator Core

P311-447A486    54911  New

599979 , 1010156 , 4711756 , 4711872 , 1563651 , EV939661PFC , 305937 , 54911 , 2733464 , 54728

Qty:
$68.48
Four Seasons A/C Evaporator Core
  • Plate & Fin Evaporator Core
  • Evaporator replacement for this application may require considerable time, specialty tools, and training.
  • Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Core Depth Fraction: 2-9/16
    • Core Depth MM: 65.088
    • Core Height Fraction: 9-7/8
    • Core Height MM: 250.825
    • Core Width Fraction: 9-1/4
    • Core Width MM: 234.950
    • Depth: 2.563
    • Description: Evaporator Cores
    • Height: 9.875
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24668] / Green O-ring
    • O-Ring B Number/Desc: [24670] / Green O-ring
    • Width: 9.250
  • Core design meets or exceeds OE performance and efficiency; Optimized refrigerant flow; Application specific design; Contains gaskets, o-rings, or seals to properly replace the product
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Ram Dakota
Four Seasons
2015 Ram C/V A/C Evaporator Core - Front Four Seasons - Evaporator Core

P311-1FF5097    64016  New

1010207 , EV939823PFC , 305986 , 2733495 , EV939759PFC , 4711907 , 590312

Qty:
$71.99
Four Seasons A/C Evaporator Core  Front
  • Parallel Flow Evaporator Core
  • Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Description: Evaporator Cores
  • Core design meets or exceeds OE performance and efficiency; Optimized refrigerant flow; Application specific design for GM and Ford vehicles; Replaces damaged evaporator inlet tube
Brand: Four Seasons
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2015 - Ram C/V Front
Four Seasons
2011 Ram 4000 A/C Evaporator Core Four Seasons - Evaporator Core

P311-22CD8D7    64029  New

4712014 , 1010216 , EV939839PFC , 2733768 , 599398

Qty:
$67.60
Four Seasons A/C Evaporator Core
  • Parallel Flow Evaporator Core
  • Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Core Depth Fraction: 1-7/8
    • Core Height Fraction: 9-13/16
    • Core Height MM: 249
    • Core Width Fraction: 8-7/8
    • Core Width MM: 225
    • Description: Evaporator Cores
    • Inlet Fitting Type: Block Fitting
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24661] / Green O-ring
    • O-Ring B Number/Desc: [24681] / Green O-ring
    • Outlet Fitting Type: Block Fitting
  • Core design meets or exceeds OE performance and efficiency; Optimized refrigerant flow; Application specific design; Contains gaskets, o-rings, or seals to properly replace the product
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Ram 4000
Four Seasons
2017 Ram ProMaster 3500 A/C Evaporator Core Four Seasons - Evaporator Core

P311-0FEEE1F    64061  New

97296 , 4712135 , 2733966

Qty:
$85.83
Four Seasons A/C Evaporator Core
  • Parallel Flow Evaporator Core
  • Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Core Depth Fraction: 2-3/8
    • Core Height Fraction: 9-9/16
    • Core Width Fraction: 8-7/8
    • Description: Evaporator Cores
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2017 - Ram ProMaster 3500
Four Seasons
2015 Ram C/V A/C Evaporator Core Four Seasons - Evaporator Core

P311-1FF5097    64016  New

1010207 , EV939823PFC , 305986 , 2733495 , EV939759PFC , 4711907 , 590312

Qty:
$71.99
Four Seasons A/C Evaporator Core
  • Parallel Flow Evaporator Core
  • Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Description: Evaporator Cores
  • Core design meets or exceeds OE performance and efficiency; Optimized refrigerant flow; Application specific design for GM and Ford vehicles; Replaces damaged evaporator inlet tube
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2015 - Ram C/V
Global Parts
2010 Ram 2500 A/C Evaporator Core Global Parts

P311-562E636    4711829  New

Qty:
$72.29
Global Parts A/C Evaporator Core
  • 07-09 RAM-PU
  • Replaces OEM # 68004242AA
Brand: Global Parts
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2010 - Ram 2500
Global Parts
2011 Ram Dakota A/C Evaporator Core 8 Cyl 4.7L Global Parts

P311-481C526    4711756  New

Qty:
$61.65
Global Parts A/C Evaporator Core
  • 05-06 Dakota
Brand: Global Parts
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram Dakota V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
Global Parts
2011 Ram 3500 A/C Evaporator Core 6 Cyl 6.7L Global Parts

P311-2AE57FE    4712014  New

Qty:
$67.64
Global Parts A/C Evaporator Core
  • 10-11 RAM
Brand: Global Parts
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram 3500 L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 -
Global Parts
2010 Ram 2500 A/C Evaporator Core Global Parts

P311-2AE57FE    4712014  New

Qty:
$67.64
Global Parts A/C Evaporator Core
  • 10-11 RAM
  • Replaces OEM # 68048899AA
Brand: Global Parts
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2010 - Ram 2500
Global Parts
2012 Ram 3500 A/C Evaporator Core 6 Cyl 6.7L Global Parts

P311-42D77E5    4712108  New

Qty:
$78.28
Global Parts A/C Evaporator Core
  • 12-13 RAM PU
Brand: Global Parts
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Ram 3500 L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 -
Mopar
2011 Ram 2500 A/C Evaporator Core Mopar

P311-3ABD986    68048899AA  New

Qty:
$274.25
Mopar A/C Evaporator Core
Brand: Mopar
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Ram 2500
Mopar
2011 Ram 2500 A/C Evaporator Core Mopar

P311-3ABD986    68048899AA  New

Qty:
$274.25
Mopar A/C Evaporator Core
Brand: Mopar
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Doors Cylinder Head Type
2011 - Ram 2500 4 OHV
Spectra
2011 Ram Dakota A/C Evaporator Core Spectra

P311-3FE72A2    1010156  New

5903 , 772134 , 54911 , 1563651 , EV939661PFC , 4711756 , 4711872 , 599979 , 5161083AA , 2733464

Qty:
$78.47
Spectra A/C Evaporator Core
  • A/C Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • SPECTRA_PROP2031: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium a/c evaporator cores meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace.
Brand: Spectra
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Ram Dakota
Spectra
2015 Ram C/V A/C Evaporator Core - Front Spectra

P311-11450AF    1010207  New

68029726AB , 7B0820103A , 68029726AC , 7B0820103 , 5911 , EV939759PFC , 4711907 , 64016 , 68029726AA

Qty:
$59.84
Spectra A/C Evaporator Core  Front
  • A/C Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • SPECTRA_PROP2062: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium a/c evaporator cores meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace.
Brand: Spectra
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2015 - Ram C/V Front
Spectra
2018 Ram 4500 A/C Evaporator Core Spectra

P311-027FD81    1010273  New

EV939965PF , 2733952 , EV939965PFC , 4712108 , 68138270AA , 590504 , 68138270AB

Qty:
$59.69
Spectra A/C Evaporator Core
  • A/C Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • SPECTRA_PROP2126: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium a/c evaporator cores meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace.
Brand: Spectra
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2018 - Ram 4500
TYC Products
2011 Ram Dakota A/C Evaporator Core - Front TYC Products

P311-5927AC1    97223  New

05161083AA , 54911 , 5161083AA

Qty:
$55.21
TYC Products A/C Evaporator Core  Front
  • TYC A/C Evaporator Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Core Size: 9-1/4"x 2-5/9"x 10"
    • Inlet Size: 4/7"
Brand: TYC Products
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2011 - Ram Dakota Front
Spectra Premium
2014 Ram 1500 A/C Evaporator Core 6 Cyl 3.0L Spectra Premium

P311-0D80C4B    W0133-2023183  New

Qty:
$121.67
Spectra Premium A/C Evaporator Core
Brand: Spectra Premium
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2014 - Ram 1500 V 6 Cyl 3.0L 182 2987
Spectra Premium
2014 Ram 5500 A/C Evaporator Core Spectra Premium

P311-0D80C4B    W0133-2023183  New

Qty:
$121.67
Spectra Premium A/C Evaporator Core
  • Exc.Navigation System
Brand: Spectra Premium
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2014 - Ram 5500
Mopar
2018 Ram 4500 A/C Evaporator Core Mopar

P311-0ADB84C    W0133-2067732  New

Qty:
$365.26
Mopar A/C Evaporator Core
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Mopar
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2018 - Ram 4500

Latest Ram Repair and Evaporator Core Installation Advice

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How to Replace an Air Conditioning Evaporator Core

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Question From shadowsgone on How to Replace an Air Conditioning Evaporator Core

Hello i own a pontiac bonneville 2001 and its air conditioning evaportator core has a leak and needs replaced. i need to know how to take the dash off and how to replace the evaportator core. any help would be very nice thank you

Response From Sidom

Yes you have to take it out. Book time is almost 6 hrs so that tells you it's a big job.

I'm not sure of you skill level or trying to shy you away from it but will give you my take on it....

I haven't done this exact model but on all the other evaps & heater cores I've done I have found that the aftermarket databases do leave a lot to be desired in dash removal on some models. If you've done enough of them, you'll notice they all have a certain pattern to mounting bolts and there is always 1 or 2 they hide .

If you've got a price on it.....I'm sure your jaw dropped.. Like I said, I don't know you skill level but if you do it. pay attention to all connectors & ground straps & support brackets. Alldata offers online manuals for single cars, might not be a bad idea. This isn't something someone is going to be able to do online......

And just a sidenote, if you start it, finish it...... If you get it tore half down & take it to a shop the price won't be 1/2, it will be almost double. The only job worse than a evap/heater core is one someone has already pulled 1/2 apart.... The logic is " I made it easier by taking it apart" but it's not the case, now you have a jigsaw puzzle that you have to try to figure out and you can't test all the dash functions to see what worked & what didn't.....

Response From shadowsgone

i figured it would take alot of time and what not. i have no skill what so ever lol. im only 17. lol my dad is bad at forms and stuff so im doing this for him he does have some skill for it but just doesnt know how. i have looked for a manual on the car but i can find one so if u know of a place online that would have it could u tell me. i looked at alldata but i couldnt find any of their online manuals

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Shadow - bite the bullet from what I see and just pay to have proper repair. You would spend now $27.99 for a complete www.AllData.com manual which would be best for this. You probably lack the tools if for a one time thing won't pay off.

Never mind tools and the right diagrams you also need some "been there done that" experienced for that stuff.

Mopars are famous for evaporator failures - stinks but true. Again from what posted - get competent help even at the price and you should be shocked but happy if done right the first time. This ain't for the timid,

T

Response From shadowsgone

like i said im only 17 and my dad is the one doing this not me. he could do it he just need to know how and all he needs is a manual to get into it. and we would go to a repair shop but its to much and we cant afford it. the pontiac bonneville 2001 has had a lot of air conditioning problems and has been worked on many times. so my dad decided to fix it him self. he has done it before on a different car but he had a manual for that and we need a new manual for my pontiac bonneville 2001

Response From Tom Greenleaf

You aren't alone with wanting to save some labor - parts cheap actually for this. I may/probable passenger's air bag to disable per exact instructions I don't have and YES anything can be done with the right info.

I still think you'll save hair loss by having down loadable info for this job by AllData.com ,

Who and how came to the conclusion this was an evaporator leak? Not that common on Ford products but anything possible. Tricky to diagnose and a total waste if that wasn't the problem!

T

Response From shadowsgone

will my dad took it to a shop and they did some tests but found nothing my took this stuff that u put in the engine (idk if it was put in the engine im not a car person idk ok) and when it gets to the leak (the stuff he put in the engine is to find leaks) and leaks out the stuff glows under a some kind of light (i dont remeber it was server years ago) he found the leaking spot but cant patch it and took it to the shop and told them the look in that area the make sure and the found it to be the Evaporator Core leaking and told him they could replace it for a lot and he turned it down so now he finaly has time to work on it so i need to find a manual for it. also the car is a pontiac not a ford

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ultra Violet (it's green to the eye) was likely put in. If a slower leak I like to charge it up to make it run which itself is a two page instruction listed above - then use UV light or while paper towel (clean) and check drain where water comes out normally with an operating system - water will dry but leave an oily residue or the dye evidence if trouble. Electronic sniffers are helpful as there's no color or real odor to refrigerant and if any is detected inside at vents instantly when system is shut down that's somewhat conclusive of an evaporator core leak.

You said you weren't a tech (mechanic) - that's fine but you can learn and learn that this is a difficult job.

Do you have your terms right? Evaporator is in dash, Condenser (more popular to go bad) is the radiator looking item in front of the radiator for the engine. Hoses and compressor are also leak possibilities - sometimes just a silly "O" ring but still need to know how to do it and charge the exact weight back in.

2001 GMs used dye (many) when new and an oil to lube compressor during operation that is "hygroscopic" (aborbs moisture) so if this is left un fixed (system empty) the oil would become acidic and in a year or two the whole system would deteriorate.

It's a whole course of study not a parts toss to do this stuff.

I think I speak for all the regulars here that we want you to succeed at the fix even if it takes sending this job out.

BTW - I'm just 17 also ----- just depends on when you start counting

Good luck - all are here to help,

T

Response From shadowsgone

yea it was that ultra violet light stuff and found the area of the leak so like i said we took it in and the found it to be the Evaporator Core i might be stupid at this stuff but my dad was told it was the Evaporator Core

tom im glad to hear ur 17 also but i know serval guys at my HS that r 17 and know a lot about cars. i on the other had have hardly an interest in cars i am more of a computer geek so thats y im asking all this stuff lol

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hi,

Sorry for messing up this thread on you. What I meant by being 17 is that I have been over 3 times now if you added that # up!

I was aggressive at automotives for ions even younger than that.

Yes the UV dye shows well with a UV light or even by eye if in an open area to see. Oil spots on any A/C item are clues as well.

Again - the drain for A/C water that it makes should be oil and dye free. If you (or your Dad) find the outlet and get an oily finger or dye that's fairly conclusive for an evaporator leak.

Different cars have weak areas from new - some will have issues and others of the same not?? GMs tend to leak at the shaft seal of compressor more than average IMO. Look there as it should be dirty buy dry at the head of compressor.

Any vehicle can catch a stone thru grille and cause a leak too.

With this much effort (evaps possible) taking the time to be sure is worth its weight in gold!

Good luck with the project,

T

Response From Hammer Time

I think Tom was referring to his Kitty being 17 years old not him....................LOL He can't remember 17.

Response From shadowsgone

u didnt mess anything up tom ur helping and thats what counts lol
yes my dad found the outlet and got dye/oily fingers

Response From Hammer Time


Mopars are famous for evaporator failures - stinks but true.
Not that common on Ford products but anything possible.


OK Tom, which question are you reading? The car is a Bonneville.............LOL

Nobody has mentioned the need of a recovery and charging station here. I'm one that believes A/C is not a DIY repair and most will do even more damage by trying this themselves. You really have to know this business to avoid problems.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Kitty needs new glasses and is pooped to boot!

Yes - any system need have remaining refrigerant recovered - work on it empty and plug off open ends avoiding contamination. Drier replacement a strong suggestion for short bucks usually and maintains warranty on some parts.

Kitty needs her coffee or mixes up threads - sorry,

T + K

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer


Who and how came to the conclusion this was an evaporator leak?


Didn't think of that Very good point sir..... Done tons of Rams... Not too many Pontiacs...

Response From Sidom

As HT & Tom stated.... An online manual might be the way to go if you're gonna do it...
Try this link alldatadiy.com (don't forget the Ws)

Response From Hammer Time

Your talking about numerous pages of instructions. I suggest you either purchase a service manual or a one car subscription to Alldata to get all the instructions.

2005 ram w/blower motor issues?

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Question From diggerd on 2005 ram w/blower motor issues?

I`ve got a 2005 dodge ram, 4.7 w/125,000 miles on it. Recently,the blower motor seems to have weakened. The motor turns on and you can hear it work harder as you turn the knob from low up to high.It pushes a little more volume on the higher settings,but not like it did a few weeks ago. Wondering if this is a motor issue,if this vehicle has a cab filter?( the manual doesnt mention one ), or is it possible one of the internal trap doors has a broken spring and is somehow restricting airflow? the last one seems like a longshot because I can move the air from defrost to floor etc. as u should be able to do.Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank You J.D.

Response From Hammer Time

Do you own a dog?

Response From diggerd

yes,but they spend very little time in the vehicle

Response From Hammer Time

I asked because I have seen many evaporators totally plugged up with dog hair sucked into the vent. You probably need to remove the blower motor and make sure you don't have anything caught in it like a plastic bag or even rodents.

Response From diggerd

thx hammertime,the motor looks easy acess and i will pull it and check it out.thx so much for your time.it is greatly appreciated

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Once you get it out if you don't see anything in the motor cage itself, look up inside the hole and toward the center of the car at the evaporator core and see if it is clean.

Response From diggerd

will do.thank you again for your time.

Response From diggerd

pulled the motor and it was clean.poked inside and was greeted with a door? that had a broken plastic tab and had dropped down and was laying across the top of the motor.was blocking probobly 80% of air flow. i think this part is the Insulator.Not totally sure. appears to be sold with the evaparotor.was able to extract it so the airflow is back but i`m sure it`s not to wise to run that much heat at the exposed harness` for very long.they want 250.00 for the part.any ideas where i could pick one up cheaper? the only number on the part is PP1-P40 . thank you again for all your help.It`s refreshing to find people that will help just because they want to.

Response From Hammer Time

That is the recirculation door. It is designed the bring in outside air at one position and recirculate inside air from it's other position. It has to be in place or it will restrict air intake.

Response From diggerd

will order one up and get it installed, thank you again hammertime!

Response From Hammer Time

Make sure you know exactly what is broken and what it's going to take to fix it.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

To re-stress what HT just said - make sure you know EXACTLY what is broken and any associated parts. Been quite a while since dash diving but dealer parts can be itemized to the smallest clip.

Unless this is universally a problem spot and an upgrade part is available I did go the used route at a local pick your own and hopefully find same already plucked down so a parts for something like this were not so much work. Got ever dang dinky thing around it that could fail or be lost.

Good luck, measure twice cut once as they say,

T