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Air conditioner.... i went to a mechanix and they said if i could put a relay nin it then it would work but i finally found a relay at a dealer and it stil dont work i dont know what to do..... it still cold air but it just dont blow and it al happened when my car got power surged......... its a 1989 nissan maxima

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You are describing a blower inside the car that does NOT blow or run at all? Very important, check the fuse? Is the blower resistor plugged in?
The resistor is located just below the glove box in the housing where you can see it. It sticks in an area where the air can have air passing over it from the blower running, will keep it cool. The blower switch must be checked.
Do not rule out the blower motor either. The blower motor can be powered up in place with jumpers to verify whether it is good.
I hope this is of some help to you.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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