Why would a 1984 Nissan Sentra's heater-AC fan only blow in the high position?
probably the resistor pack on the evaporator case.
Check engine light in your 2002 Nissan maxima was on and car was idling roughly every so often and midas said it was the cam position sensor Nissan said it was the throttle body which is right?
If the interior and parking lights on my 99 Nissan pathfinder are not working which fuse do you check?
Why would the heater blower only run in the high position and no other position when you changed the switch and still have the same problem?
How much does a camshaft position sensor cost on a 2000 Nissan Maxima And how much would be charged to install it?
Where would you find the heater case on a 2002 Nissan Pathfinder to change a resistor for the heaterac fan motor?
Not sure if this will help, but it might. http://autorepair.about.com/library/pictures/illustrations/bl538lib.htm Actually the resistor is located right at the tip of the passengers toes. Get down where a front passenger's toes would be if they sit normally with heels on the floor and toe of shoe raised up. Look up under and you see a white plastic "thing" attached to the heat box by way of a screw on each end. This is actually the resistor…
There are two probable causes. Assuming you are talking about a car fan, the screeching can come from a mis-alignment of the fan withing the cowl or shroud that conducts air to and from the fan. If you are talking about a home HVAC unit, the screeching probably comes from a slipping drive belt (or a tired hamster).
If a 1995 Nissan Maxima will not start but has a new O2 sensor crank position sensor and spark plugs what could be wrong?
What type of sensor would be located either above or in the top of the transmission case of a 2001 Nissan Frontier?
It's most likely the crankshaft position sensor. Answer this sensor could be one of several sensors there are sensors for , the reverse light switch. gear selctor. speed sensors. selector actuator sensor. safety sensor for starting. also sensors for computer to tell what gear to select It is the crankshaft position sensor!