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I also have a 2002 Dodge Ram at 97K miles with a crack in the dash! My A/C also stopped working maybe a month ago. I have not had time to get it checked out yet. What did you end up having to do in order to get it fixed? Replace the whole system or was it just a part? Roughly how much did your fix cost you. I'm just trying to get an idea of what i'm in for or maybe if it's simple enough I can do the repair myself. I also agree. now a days Nissan & Toyota is the way to go. Once this guys hits around 150K I will most likely lean towards a Silverado. Dodge just seems to bulky, especially the newer models. I definitely don't like the more recent look. Thanks, BrianReport it
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