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2000 Nissan Quest, Air flow

The knob for my air flow is stuck on 3, can't turn it down or up and there is no air coming out. It doesn't matter if it is on cold or hot. The knob will not turn. Any suggestions?

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Could be a defective switch. maybe burnt inside that is why it would not move. remove the switch and inspect the inside for burnt markings or melted plastics.


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Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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