You should only have to pop one small clip off to get them out and replace them. Still waiting to see why they are going to do about it. At 9k swaybar bushings were replaced. Posted on Sep 09, 2009. Nov 22, 2013 The blower resister is near the blower motor,mounted on the outside of the blower box,but actually goes inside the blower box.
Truck is just sitting at the dealership and I'm exploring my legal options! Each time the limp cleared if pull off road and shutdown engine then do restart. Original review: March 22, 2019 At about 12k miles turning a corner had no power. Dealer reprogram boost pump software. If it is a motor, replacement is the only repair. But like I said, I'm just an amature who figured it out on my own with the help of a service manual and the input of some other people here on this board.
Step 1: Open the glove box and use a common screwdriver to gently pry the plastic retainer with the cord off the right side of the glove box while it's open. It was discovered that it would need a new motor. Sometimes when these motors go out there is a clicking noise when adjusting the air flow or turning off the engine. The filters are just to the left of that amp. This was %100 covered under warranty, including towing. He told me Nissan was sticking to their denial.
Probably better to say poured, though. We test drove the truck along with a mechanic from the dealer and they both acknowledge the vibration. April of 2009 I checked my air conditioner and found it not to be cooling. In the process of trying to get Nissan to buy back the truck but I'm sure I will take a 10,000 loss on that deal! There is a small metal clip that needs to be popped off with a common screwdriver and the filters will slide out one at a time. The resistor should be located near the blower motor.
If you have checked the relay and its working you can check with a tester the resistor is probably the problem. Again I took it to my dealership. Replaced the cabin air filter while the glove box was out too. When I started poking around, I got a service manual and it walked me through it. If that dash panel behing the glove box is out of the way as it would have to be to change the amp.
Please subscribe and thank you for watching. It seems that the lack of changing the in-cabin air filter may lead to reduced air flow over the fan control amp. I live in the country and have a mice problem in my unattached garage. Has anyone had this problem? I can only speak for '01s and newer as that is the model that I have. The issue was still there so at my next oil change about a few months later, I brought it up again and they road force balanced the truck but the issue was still there. I'm thinking the next thing to check is the fan control amplifier.
Pull harder and both pins should be out completely. But as I was searching for the cabin air filter I accidentally broke the intake door flap that opens and closes up in the blower motor casing. I replaced the cabin air filter and it fixed the problem. Blower was making noise then stopped working. Replace in the opposite order. For more info on blower motor diagnoses you can Your would be a ground side controlled system since the switch supplies the path to ground.
Save yourself the hassle and buy something else. Our online parts catalog uses real-time inventory, so you can be assured the parts you buy are in stock at the time of ordering. Does anyone know if this will be an issue for me as far as keeping elements out of the cabin? This door directs air flow out the defrost, front vents, or floor vents. Step 2: There are two plastic pins, one on each side on the bottom of the glove box. Paul Because of this thread and Andrew224's detail explaination. Since high speed bypasses the resistor I would say the resistor is the problem. Many times the truck will sound as though it is not going to start.
They also denied the warranty claim. Also you didn't mention if you had auto heat, auto heat with navigation, or manual heat. Thank God for sites like this!!! Easy job, use Timken hub assemblies. They did - if repairing is filling it with unpainted resin. Most likely it's behind the glovebox and it'll have a wiring harness going into it and it'll probably be screwed in with a couple screws.