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Where is the fuse for the heater blower on 2006 nissaan altima

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SOURCE: Heater motor blower fan making noise on 2006 Altima

yes, but not without a lot of difficultly.

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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yes it should be on the passenger side under the dash

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SOURCE: HVAC Blower functions only at highest (4) switch setting

if the blower works on high then its not a fuse it could be the switch or the resistor that cuts back power for the lower settings

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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