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Air Conditioner I cannot turn off my ac blower, and it stays on high speed. I can push the econ button and it will turn off the ac and blow in outside air still at high speed. I can push the button to lower the velocity but it stays on high. I can push the off button and it changes to outside air at high speed. What is the problem?

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  • kcsingh Aug 16, 2008

    I've same problem with my Nissan X-trail Ti 2003. I will appreciate any solution to this.

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Courtesy Nissan Parts part cost is $109.00
http://www.courtesyparts.com/module-asm-p-320795.html
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http://forums.nicoclub.com/zerothread/280961

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The part number is: 27761-70T03 Module Assy-Pow
It is officially called an AC Blower Amplifier.

It cost me $153.32 + tax (not concerned about getting the best price since having the fan on high all the time drove my wife nuts for the two days it was acting up!)

One other suggestion... you're gonna have to take apart the glovebox door and compartment behind it (easy enough). While back there, change out the cabin filter (another Nissan item) since you will have everything apart anyway. Kill two birds with one stone. That thing (if equipped, gets really nasty).

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My problem with the AC is a little different but I bet it the same solution. The AC blower mudule. When mind went bad my blower would not turn on. It's about a $85.00 part and about $75.00 to have it put in. And hard to get a hold of. Good luck!

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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