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2005 nissan xterra doesn't work. max level one - a/c button light is illuminated; cool air is extremely low almost nonexistent max level 2 and higher - a/c button light does not illuminate; air blows as normal but not cooled.

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  • len_lambert May 02, 2010

    why would the a/c light illuminate on max level one and not the other levels?

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Hi, the problem you are having could be down to one of a couple of things.
now the first and most likely problem is going to be that your freon level has gone low, this happens over time and all you need to do is get it topped back up and that should then solve your problem.
you can get it topped up at most garages for a small fee.

now the second problem could be that you could have a leak in the air con system, this is very rare but you wont know until you get it topped up whether you have a leak or not.

the chances are if you get it topped back up you should find that this will solve your problem.

let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

Posted on May 02, 2010

  • paul proctor May 02, 2010

    the reason it would come on at the highest level is that its working the pump harder so it might register as having enough gas even though its low, but on the lower settings the pressure would be to low to register so then the light would stay off so getting it topped up will solve your problem because if their was a leak then the pressure would not be their when turned up full so the light coming on at the highest setting then this indicates the system is still under pressure so topping up should solve your problem.



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Hi! May i ask when was your last ac maintenance? Maybe now is the time. You may need to replace the dryer, and evaporator cleaning will be great for it may be full of dirt. Try to have your expansion valves checked too... Once cleaned I believe that it'll be cold as it was before. Hope this helps and have a good one!

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    dj_relly999 May 04, 2010

    You may have a problem on the green illumination contacts.

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