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AC Fan The fan that blows air for heat and AC does not come on. I checked the fuse and it is okay. Where is the fan located if I need to remove and replace it?

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    I have the same problem, all of a sudden, nothing happens when I turn on the AC or heat. I can hear the sound that the AC is starting up, then nothing.

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It is under the glove compartment - get down there and look up and you will see a round thing. The fan may be good, it could be a relay (at least it was in my 94 maxima).

Relays are the big blue things to the right of the fuse (by passenger door - not under hood). You will have to remove a body panel to get them (a few screws). Not sure which one it the fan, but over the years my cruise control failed (see my post under 1994 maxima under gummydmilo - was a typo). My instrument panel failed. And the fan so I ended up replacing all the relays.

If you remove the fan, you can hook it up to 12 volts (the car battery), if and see if it spins - just be careful.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

  • Gummy D Milo Jul 19, 2008

    Oh - forgot to add how to figure out which relay it is, turn on the fan and tap the relays (for fan to actually start) or listen for a clicking noise.

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