Somewhere I read that there is no relay now. Since Courtesy Nissan posts fake nissan part numbers. Pulling these terminal apart is not that easy, there are small recessed locking latches that need to be pressed. I had to order it from the dealer which is an hour away -Sean it should be located to the right of the glove box in behind the lower panel. Relays are exposed to high current loads and can sometimes get hot when they develop problems. Ive looked at an extended warranty about 2 months ago. Get in the car with the driver's door open, turn the ignition on, push the driver's door switch 10 times, turn ignition off and then back on.
You also mentioned that this happened after a hard start, perhaps the engine mounts are bad causing too much flex in the piping? Check your condenser for any major hits. Get in the car with the driver's door open, turn the ignition on, push the driver's door switch 10 times, turn ignition off and then back on. The secondary timing chain tensioners on the 3. The lines tend to corrode or develope leaks, esp. There's no definite time when the compressor is going to malfunction because it depends on its usage.
The other contacts are normally open a … nd close to energize the starter solenoid when you start the engine. Next, I popped the clutch single wire terminal. Also set the external vent to recirculate and if there is absolutely no cool air either you have a leak of the clutch either is not working or is not powered. Driving with a functioning air conditioner makes your driving experience a comfortable one. I dont remember the exact cost but it was high enough to not consider it. Posted on Jan 06, 2009 If there is no original remote try to find a switch that may be hidden but accessible from the drivers seat, if the alarm is no longer needed find an auxilliary wire that may be on the battery or the fuse panel, if original there may be a fuse under the hood, pull the fuse and it should disable the alarn system. Its way past my mechanical ability, i would have to buy tools, find a lift, ect.
There are two normally closed contacts that turn off cruise control when you start the engine. Some older Nissan's had a small white tag in the glove box with the key code on it. I was going to recharge it but needed more info Hot air could mean you have a leak and the charge is gone. Any sort of electrical spikes or excessive current from a bad relay will blow the fuse and cut power in order to protect the system. It takes a lot of reading, the diagnostic flow refers you to other sections of the service manual, so you end up reading the general notes, electrical, and manual or automatic ac.
With engine running, fan and ac switch on, I was able to detect good voltage at the terminal. Now regardless of the temp 60-70's it blows warm air. This switch is located on the side of the transmission and is reached from underneath on the front, driver's side. Upon further inspection I noticed pieces of the old belt behind the pulley of the compressor. I went through this in a previous life and kept going back because it was blowing up.
Other than maintaining the right level, you must also see to it that you have the appropriate kind for your car. The compressor is locking up causing the clutch to not engage. It's recommended that you run it for at least 10 minutes every month. Check your condenser for any major hits. After that, I only needed to read the compressor replacement procedure, to convince my self that I don't really want to deal with it.
Needle nose pliers seamed to work for me. In our Commando Installer Database and Receive Installation Leads For Free! They had catalytic converters that came apart and got ingested into the engine, eventually destroying it. How toreplace a 2002 Nissan 3. Get it tested for leaks before recharging it. I need to determine why the clutch is not getting power and not engaging. I'm a refrigeration mechanic, so putting my gauges on it was the easy part.
Its under the dash on the drivers side, opposite side of the steering wheel from the fuse box closer to the radio You have to t … ake the one medium sized interior body panel off with all Phillips screws. Check your condenser for any major hits. Keep our environment clean svard75 wrote:Hot air could mean you have a leak and the charge is gone. Many of … todays cars are sold with a small tag attached to the keys with the code, this was to be held on to by the customer in case of accidental loss. Posted on May 31, 2010. This is basically the one that's responsible for separating low and high pressure from the system.