Un plug, remove the 2 screws, and replace with new. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. Does anyone know if this will be an issue for me as far as keeping elements out of the cabin? Paul Because of this thread and Andrew224's detail explaination. There is a single 10mm bolt holding in each coil. I couldn't be more pleased!! We both read this post and it seemed to make sense. Unplug the wire harness connector from the thermal blower lockout switch.
That's how mine acted up. These tend to fail due to corrosion. Or it was cutting in and out, typically resistors don't suddenly die it's a slower process. Looks like a pipe with a drive socket on one end, and a receiver on the other. You've got to choose a vehicle that'll always perform flawlessly for the long haul and you can trust in a durable Nissan. Flush out the system using a good quality chemical cleaner. I followed the trouble diagnosis out of the service manual and when I varied the fan speed the voltage would not change.
On top of low prices, Advance Auto Parts offers 4 different trusted brands of Blower Motor Resistor products for the 2000 Nissan Maxima. Remove the blower motor assembly screws and pull the assembly out from the dashboard. I am sure if your fan is blowing full blast without slowing down or adjustment, the same problem occur. The unit seems to correctly figure out if air is supposed to direct up top or below, but the fan indicator does not increase. If the blower comes on, the thermal blower lock out switch is faulty. Remove the blower motor mounting screws and pull the blower m … otor carefully out of the housing.
Unscrew the outer from the inner rod. I followed the procedure several months ago as you suggested, and it seems that the in-vehicle temperature sensor was working fine. Blower was making noise then stopped working. You need a ratchet with… You need an inner tie rod tool. 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. Flip down the 2 lower plastic pins, then yank them toward center. Find a new blower motor at any auto parts store -- when purchasing a replacement blower motor, ensure that it is specific to your Nissan´s model and year.
You may need to look for the bolts. Step 6: Unscrew the two phillips screws from the fan control amp. I did a quick search on Google, found this site, did a search for my problem, and saw this post. A 10 year old could have put it in too!!! Andrew224; your instructions were perfect!! If your mechanically inclined, it couldn't hurt to take a look yourself. Its brand new, I bought it from Sandy Sansing Nissan in Pensacola, Florida thinking I needed to replace it, but it was actually my fan control amplifier that needed replacing.
For years the sporty looks and inexpensive cost of Nissan vehicles have provided agile driver control and great gas mileage. Their sturdy design ensures long-time service, so replace your damaged parts with these brand new blower motors. I have no idea what happened. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Blower Motor Resistor product you desperately need. Used both analog multimeter and digital multimeter. Pull harder and both pins should be out completely. Check the In-Vehicle temperature sensor See Figure006 5.
Dorman's Blower Motor Resistor promptly returns your vehicle's heating and cooling system to its original peak performance. You should remove the air filter and its plastic housing and you can see the starter bolted to the engine. So, I would need to buy and amp right? I have try to turn on full blast on the fan but nothing happen. Now, if I turn the temperature all the way up to 84-85 the system finally stops, and puts out either neutral air 84 or lots of hot air 85. Like the engine air filter, these filters were designed to be replaced fairly often. Once the screws are removed pull out the glove box.
Now just reverse the process and put the plastic panel and glove box back. I will purchase parts from Advance Auto again! Just push them towards each other, one at a time. Email me at ebonysailor yahoo. So for a week I enjoyed automatic climate control. Five seconds to put in and bingo! However, the unit still would not control correctly, similar to my original problems.