You need to start out by checking the a/c-heater controller and the a/c-heater doors behind the dash for proper operation..............
have a trim shop replce the elements they allways break
If the passenger side works but the driver side doesn't, the linkage under the arm is broken.
Could be just the switch (the button you push). To check, pop the center portion of the coin holder between the driver and passenger side seat heater switches. On both opposing short sides of the switch there is a clip that need to be pried open to allow the switch off of the harness. Just swap the good switch over and if it works, order a new switch.
Need to replace both head lights. The high beem is burned out on one side and the low beem burned out on the other side.
The heater resistor pack is bad. Replace it. A Blower Motor Resistor burned down and needs to be replaced. It costs about $37 from the dealer and is located on the passenger side underneath the dashboard. It is held there by 2 screws and very easy to change. Common problem with Nissan cars.
One is for ac which works when you have ac on, other is auto which works when the radiator heats up.
When i disconnect my battery and reconnect it and then turned my heat on it works for a minute. And then it seems like it makes heat on the driver side and air-conditioning on the passenger side. It has climate control for the passenger.
Try Blower Motor Resistor. It would on the Passenger side under the dash
I have changed heater core,water pump,thermostat, the fon works well but only blows cold air plus i have flushed the system.
If the passenger side works fine and there is no power at the driver side motor, I would suspect the switch. A weak motor will overheat the switch causing it to melt inside where the contacts are.
If the heater still works the bulb is just burn out. I doubt you can change the light you will have to replace the switch.
The blower speed resistor is burned out. It is located under the hood, on the firewall, passenger side, not far from the blower motor.
Get the air out of your heater core.
This happened to both front driver & passenger side door locks on my GS300. Its the Actuator. The part is about $200(?) from Lexus and I believe that was the only place I could get it from. Now my backseat passenger side is going out :(
The heater motor speed resister is burned out.
there is a disable button on driver door so other windows wont work. Try clicking it in the other direction.
The heater core is leaking. The whole dash has to come out to fix it. Even master mechanics dread a heater core repair. Try some alumapowder in the radiator. Try some of this, it really works and stops leaks without plugging up the radiator.
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replace front heater corefront and rear have independent heater cores
heater hoses might have been disconected
depending on what you mean by disarm the car alarm, it may be as simple as putting the key in either the front driver or front passenger door and turning towards the rear of the car once or twice. the driver door keyhole on my 93 no longer works to disarm, so i use the front passenger door.
I'm currently having the same issue and from what I've gathered over the past week online, it's one of two things. Either the window switch/connection is faulty OR the regulator. Mine happens to be the switch because the driver side switch for the passenger window works fine. Now my problem is if the passenger and driver switch mechanisms are interchangeable when purchasing?
how is it my heater control on my ford fiesta flight 1998 only works on no. 4