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The selector switch in my Nissan pathfinder (2003) turns, but it seems stripped because I can switch air flow from feets and face to just face

Yes,my nissan pathfinder 2003, the air cond.works. But when i turn the control dial to get just air in my face it would not doit it get stock on face & feet

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SOURCE: Front defrost vent doesn't blow any hot air.

You may need to replace the mode selector switch.

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SOURCE: No illumination on selector lever for Nissan Terrano/Pathfinder

All you have to do is change the bulb, that light goes out quicker than others because it encounters alot of vibration and things of that nature in that area - it should be a very simple fix and should only take as much as a screwdriver to get to - worst case scenario is you would have to remove your center console, don't be intimidated as this is pretty straight forward.

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SOURCE: The Air flows through only the defrost and feet vents

Inside the ventilation system there is gates that open and close to direct the air flow. These are operated on vacuum on most vehicles. The hose for that perticular gate may have disconnected somehow or has a hole in it. I suggest you take the heater controls out and see if there is a plug with a series of colored hoses on it. it so you'll have to trace each of them to see which one is the problem. Now you may be able to get some help from you local dealers mechanic who just may know the color code for that gate. (which would be a bonus) Good Luck

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2005 Nissan Sentra air flow control dial will

on nissan's air vent controls, they use electronic servos already. this may entail that you havta dis assemble half of your dashboard. unless you're quite savvy in doing this and locate each servo in its separate locations in each air vent; i suggest that you bring it in to a shop.

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SOURCE: my 2003 nissan pathfinder heater/ac wont blow

That sound like you need to replace the blower/blower motor.

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