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Old 05-07-2013, 11:56 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default P1065 Code After Moving Interior Temperature Sensor

edit: Thanks for the fix!--->Forgot to case title, my bad.

2005 Maxima 3.5 SE
37.5k Miles
Eight years old
Code Thrown: P1065

My Dad and I were installing a footwell kit yesterday and that required us to pull the whole panel off on the underside of the steering wheel. Once this was done, we had to slide the interior temperature sensor out. We went through the day, reassembled, everything was good. That was on Sunday.

Monday afternoon, I was in the car when I discovered that my CEL was on and my A/C was busted. All the controls worked, however... the temperature of the air did not. It was really cold at 60-61 degrees, then 62 degrees and up very hot. The 'auto' button for the temperature does not adjust the temperature like it should either.

I did the manual procedure to get the code, and the code I received was...

P1065

Which, according to a list of codes on site here, is the ECM power supply circuit.

I'm trying to figure out what this all means. My Dad suggests that the problem is coincidental in regards to us disconnecting the button module and moving the interior temperature sensor around to remove the panel.

We've looked at the fuses, those are fine. Everything's wired up correctly. Interior temperature sensor is in place properly. We disconnected the battery for a while while we worked on it, and I believe that removed the CEL light. I'd have to check later tonight.

What could be going wrong?


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Default Re: P1065 Code After Moving Interior Temperature Sensor

Did you plug the sensor back in?
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