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Nissan sentra air conditioning

The selector dial on my nissan sentra 2005 doesn't work. It's stuck blowing out of the defroster vents no matter what I change it to, be it the face vents or the floor vents. The AC still works at full force. Fuses are ok. How do I open this up to fix it?

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The flow switch it change's howthe air flows get a motor manual at auto parts stir about 25 bucs it will tell u what up

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a/c is active when in defrost mode to remove moisture from air. what controls the movement from vent to heat/ or defrost. a lever or switch.

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You probably have a vacuum leak on the passenger side. its a small plastic hose some times they come unpluged from the engine. or brake.

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Check for vacuum lines under the hood that are loose, off, or cracked. With the engine running, wiggle them around and listen for a hissing sound.

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well if you don't mind hard work,then you must pull out the panel that holds your knob switches and check that the cable has not pulled out from the knob,clip it back into place and you should be fine,otherwise you should take it to a repair shop,good luck

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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The defroster works from the same fan as the vents, so the most probable cause is that the ducts from the fan housing to the vents have come undone. fixing it involves getting way underneath there to see if you can locate the loose ducting. You might have to remove the glove box and / or the instrument cluster to see what is going on back there.

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is this a new problem or just a new car?
tell what you expect?
no car has perfect venting and never will.

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My air conditioning is stuck on the vents in my 2005 Nissan Sentra. I turn the knob and it won't change from defrost. Is there an easy fix or will I have to take it to a repair shop?


well if you don't mind hard work,then you must pull out the panel that holds your knob switches and check that the cable has not pulled out from the knob,clip it back into place and you should be fine,otherwise you should take it to a repair shop,good luck

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a/c is active when in defrost mode to remove moisture from air. what controls the movement from vent to heat/ or defrost. a lever or switch.

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