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Nissan primera p11-144 heater control panel lights not working

Heater control panel has no lighting

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turn ignition round to 2nd position turn everything else off like the radio heaters etc. then push and hold down info whilst doing this turn the volume key towards the passenger window and a secret screen will apear here you can do everything that a garage can do. hope this helpd ya. kennylad

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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turn the radio and ac off and with the ignition on but no engine running press the info button and spin the volume knob quite quickly this will get you into the diagnostics you can easily reset the service bar but dont be tempted to touch anything else or you could buggar up the settings in the computer.
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turn ignition to position 2 turn off radio push and hold info button whilst turning volume button on radio a new menu will appear on screen go into confirmation adjustments then go into service and reset

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SOURCE: my 2003 nissan pathfinder heater/ac wont blow

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

Posted on Oct 30, 2010

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The difference is semantics. The A/C/Heater control switch is located in the A/C Heater control panel. So I guess it could be said either way - same thing. The ONLY part of the A/C/Heater Control Panel that is serviceable alone is the blower motor switch assembly. It can be removed from the back of the control panel and replaced. The rest of the control panel (including the A/C request switch) is serviced only by replacing the entire control panel.

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