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AC light Great vehicle. The light in the center of the temperature dial - indicating that the AC is on - comes on at various times when I am ajusting the ventalation controls. It is cold here in my area now so I am not trying to run the AC. When I switch the vent controls from defroster back to dash vents/floor vents, for example, sometimes the AC light will come on. Also, if I press the fan dial to turn off the circulation of air from the outside, the AC light comes on. Just wondering if anyone else is experiencing this?

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  • klars67 Mar 01, 2009

    I just bought a 2008 Rogue I have same problem with the AC light - took it to the dealer, who said they all do that - it seems strnage tat Nissan would not address this quirk...

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Has anyone experienced the rattling noise coming from the engine? Mine has been to two different dealers and I have been given the answer that Nissan is aware of the problem (but have not told me what the problem is) and that they will contact me when they figure it out???

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Yes, this appears to be a 'feature' and not a problem. They might have been drinking when programming the a/c and recirc features of the Rogue's ventilation system as everyone seems to be confused about how it defaults to certain settings at various times.

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