Question about 2009 Nissan Murano
A/c quit blowing cold air need to find the relay fuse for a/c not in fuse box
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Nissan xterra
I had the same problem as well...don't know the name of the part, but it was in the glove box and it was really cheap...works great now...i did it myself when my husband was at work...so you know it is easy to change!!! Good luck...
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
simply "adding a can"is a good way to end up with non-functional A/C. the typical system has high/low pressure switches that enable/disable the system. you need to be at the correct volume of refrigerant as specified on the sticker under the hood. i recommend using the proper equipment, evacuating, pulling a vacuum, and then refilling the system with the appropriate amount.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
FIRST REMEMBER THERE ARE SEVERAL FUSE BOXES.. NORMALLY THE CIG FUSE IS IN THE UNDER HOOD POWER DISTRIBUTION CENTER OR FUSE BOX.... A VERY GOOD RULE OF THUMB I HAVE FOUND IS TO CHECK ALL THE FUSES IN THE FUSE BOX....THIS USUALLY PREVENTS CHECKING THE WRONG FUSE AND IT ONLY TAKES A SECOND TO DO IT
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
sounds as if power is lost to operate these things,check wiring and connections at battery, make sure battery connections are good remve and inspect then,just because you hear pump doesnt mean there good,one of the power or ground wires may have bad coonection, did you check fuses in engine compartment,
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
I would check the number 33 fuse (see diagram below). It could also be the relay for the compressor as well. Also there is a refridgerant pressure sensor and if that is faulty it will give the wrong readings to the computer which in turn will not give the correct voltage to the relay which would make it to where the relay would engage the compressor clutch. Below are some pictures of wiring diagrams as well as locations of the relay and the sensor. If you are in need of any other information that you think may help you or you need bigger pictures as I can only post up to a certain size here, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to answer what I can.
Posted on Jul 27, 2011
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