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2002 nissan pathfinder LE heat/AC fan stays on highest speed all of the time

I have the NAV system touch screen AC/Heat control panel, and though the panel shows a reduction in the blower speed, the fan blows at max now...is there a method to reset or reboot the system? Or, what else could fix this issue? Please advise, and thank you!
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  • johnowhitehe Oct 29, 2008

    Thanks pal...it was indeed a problem with the 3 prong plug behind the glove box, which they call a "MODULE ASSY." Two screws and it was out, It was a $120.00 part, but it fixed the problem! The mechanics claim these items wear out, but the life can be extended if one cuts off the climate control system prior to turning off the ignition switch...?

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Could be one of 2 things. It could be blower motor resistor or blower motor amplifier. If you have AUTO AC feature/setup, than it will be the amlifier. If you have manual AC than I would look at the resistor, but sounds like you have AUTOAC system, so get the amlifier checked. Its behind the glove box screwed to the air box assembly. 2 screws and its out. Hope this helps. Good luck and let me know what you found.

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Exactly the correct solution. The part cost 175 buck plus tax which was painful!
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