Question about 2002 Nissan Maxima
I believe the ultimate problem is with the blower motor itself.They can get water in them, dirt and general grot. The motor will be on the passenger side up under the dash and will be held in with three screws.You are going to have to remove the motor and examine it.Watch your back,I won't do this job any more because of the way you have to double up.I'm thinking that the blower may have come apart and jammed.Many times you can get replacement blower fans at your local auto shop,or try your local wreckers for a good used one.Nissan will want way too much for this so try these sources first.You can apply direct battery voltage to the old fan to test it but be carefull,if its good it will try to torque out of your hand,and be sure you don't cross any of the wires,it can be a shocking experience( no pun intended) Take your time and good luck.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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