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Reset computer Recently changed battery in my Murano, heater takes 10-15 mins before fan comes on, do I need to reset something?

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Give it a few cycles to relearn its self- key on start run, shut down,start and run, shut down and start and check it out- Denny

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You can also buy a 9volt battery adapter to plug into your accessory power outlet to keep voltage in the system when disconnecting the battery.
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not necessarily could be something else try jumping the fan with direct current from battery and see if it runs could be in fan switch or could be a fuse causing the problem if it does not run with direct current from battery then it is the motor.

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I have the same problem!


just tell ur dealer or any electrical shop to reset ur computer
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Try taking the battery cable off of the positive post for about a minute or two Than re-attach cable.This should reset the p.c.

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