Question about 2003 Nissan Altima
Blower motor resistor is located between the blower motor housing and evaporator housing.you have to remove glove box to get to it.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
The AC in my 03 Altima cools sometimes, then without warning it starts to get hot. I
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in my 2004 grand caravan it's behind the glove box and left of the blower motor. disconnect the wires first then remove the 2 screws to pull out the resistor unit. First make sure you have removed the negative of your batterie. I had the same pm that prevented the blower motor to operate in any speed. I hope this will help
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
yeh its located under the passenger side glove box,its in the heater box beside the heater motor ,,2 scews hold it in and it looks like a credit card when its out,,,,
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
if fuses are good, check for power at blower motor, when truck is running and a/c on. the resistor and the switch provide ground, so the blue/white wire should have power, and the blue/black wire should have NO power, if it does have power, then most likely the resistor is bad. if it has no power and the motor doesnt run, the motor is bad.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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blower switch is your fan knob on dash. resistors are located under pass side dash next to blower motor. on alot of cars the blower will work on high speed and not the lower ones- this is a tell tale way to tell the resistor is no good. if this happens again after replacing resistor- ive seen the blower motor shorting out causing the resistor to go bad- then you would have to replace both.(this usually dosnt happen, most often the resistor alone fixes the problem..
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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