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Know this problem was posted several years ago, but having same issue with my 2008 Nissan Rogue. We've tried everything short of having the battery replaced, (including charging it), and nada. So, tomorrow morning, that'll be our next move. Sucks, but best thing to die. Much rather than than an alternator, starter or solenoid.
First check the fuse for that a/c blower. replace with the same amperage if broken.
If it is still okay the problem will be the resistor block, this part control the speed of your a/c and heater blower. It is located behind the glove box compartment, inside the blower housing. There are some wiring connected to it.
The part is available in your Nissan parts center or any parts dealer in your area.
Hope that helps you out.
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It is the battery. It is bad and shorting out. Check the manual for directions to trouble shoot until you replace it. There is a small button that you need to remove next to the shifter, place the key in the hole and hold for about 10 seconds. It is a shift release.