Question about 1998 Nissan Quest
While driving my quest the air shuts down my itself and blows the fuse . I replaced fuse several times already.
This vehicle has an electrical Short or a bad Ac compressor. Check the wire that connect to the Ac clutch its mounted on the top of the compressor. Sometimes the insulation on this wire become broken and if it touches any metal parts of you vehicle will short out the system and blow the fuse. Make sure that you are using the right amp fuse first. Good Luck
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