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Old 12-16-2011, 05:39 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default AC Problem - Blower Fan Stays On

yes hello i have 2004 maxima and my a/c blower stays on even when a/c is off any ideas what it could be .
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Default Re: AC Problem - Blower Fan Stays On

sounds like a bad relay switch , the relay switch is hung open,

under the hood near the wiper fluid should be a box for the AC relay IIRC
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Old 12-16-2011, 03:15 PM   Thread Starter #3
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Thanks I will try that out I will keep u posted if it works
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Default Re: AC Problem - Blower Fan Stays On

The climate control sensor could be bad too if it's on Auto and the fan is running on full all the time. The sensor is by your right knee when driving ( mine has little vents on it 2008 SE). They sell for $75 and are plug and play to replace. Could be that as well.
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Default Re: AC Problem - Blower Fan Stays On

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The climate control sensor could be bad too if it's on Auto and the fan is running on full all the time. The sensor is by your right knee when driving ( mine has little vents on it 2008 SE). They sell for $75 and are plug and play to replace. Could be that as well.
That should be the in-vehicle sensor. But it's less than $40 at courtesy parts and nissan parts zone.
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