Question about 2003 Nissan Altima
I have a 2005 Pathfinder with an automatic temp control that is blowing cold air even when set at 80. Dealer has said that I have a leak in the rear coolant lines. I have no evidence of leaks on my garage floor. The dealer claims that to repair said line they have to remove the entire body off the frame. Does this make sense to anyone??? When I first took delivery of the car it had the same problem and they repaired the blend valve. Couln't this be the same problem.
Just had the same problem and got the same answer about removing the body to repair. Apparently it's an integrated set of lines serving both rear heat and cooling. Very expensive and not covered by extended warranty. My dealer was able to isolate the corroded heater line at the rear wheel well. They cut out that section and replaced it with a rubber hose and clamps. It worked for heat, but if AC lines suffers the same fate, there is no option other than the very expensive full line replacement.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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