Question about 2005 Nissan Altima
Check fuses first. If fuses are ok, than check for 12V at compressor when engine is running w a/c on. If no power is present than you probably don't have any R134 in your system. Poss. leak. Compressor will not turn on if there is no pressure in system there is a part called "pressure switch" which monitors a/c system pressure. If no pressure is pressent, the switch will not send the signal to the ECM to send 12V to the compressor. See if you have any R134a in system.
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