Question about Nissan Maxima
You replaced the switch or the resistor. They are two different parts. The resistor should be located near the blower motor. Since high speed bypasses the resistor I would say the resistor is the problem.
Also you didn't mention if you had auto heat, auto heat with navigation, or manual heat. It can make a difference in how to approach your problem. The info I provided above would be for manual heat since it is more common.
For more info on blower motor diagnoses you can click here. Your would be a ground side controlled system since the switch supplies the path to ground.
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Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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