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2005 Nissan Quest

AC and heat flow at front, rear flow, but no pressure
how can I solve this problem

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There is a "cabin air" filter,probly under hood,close to firewall,remove this and see what happens.if it works replace filter,dont recomend trying to clean it,as a new one wont cost much at your local napa or other parts store.

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