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The air conditioning in my 2007 Nissan Quest stopped working. The motor still works as it will blow air, just not cold air. Do these vehicles still use freon?

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I believe they only stopped using freon last year in vehicle ac's. That is what it sounds like is the problem.

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My air conditioner is not working on my 2005 Nissan quest se. what may be the problem? it was working fine yesterday. there is plenty of antifreeze


anti freeze has nothing to do with air conditioning
shaking at speed is , tires, wheel alignment, suspension parts or balance and again is not related to air conditioning
working one day and not the next suggest a leak in the ac system and now the low pressure switch is not allowing the compressor to work
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I have a 20000 nessan quest and the airconditioning was working great but all of a sudden the air got warm so I put in 3 cans of freon, then changed the selector but still I get warm air when it was...


3 cans should overcharge & possibly ruin the system

Leave A/C work to the trained mechanics

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theory of Air Conditioning for any system & cars are not
the same as commercial work. I think they are harder
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My 2007 nissan quest stopped running while driving down the road and refuses to start now. It popped a bad cam sensor code so I changed both of them and the crank sensor. When I try to start it it cranks...


In the Nissan Quest, 1993-02, the cam sensor is in the distributor and replacing the distributor fixes it. Usually the engine runs when cold, then fails when it is hot. Not usre where it is on the 2007 Quest.

Rich Porter sells reman distributors on ebay for $200.

We talk about it on our website for Villager Quest owners.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

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Defrost and heat does not get hot on 2001 nissan quest, fan blows but is cold air.


It sounds like one of two things could be causing your concern. One... your coolant level is low and not circulating through the heater core which could possibly have air trapped in it. Two.. your mix door may not be operating properly. Sounds like the second one to me.

Check your overflow tank to see if it has coolant in it. This vehicle has rear air meaning coolant has to travel to the rear to heat the compartment. Air will have to be purged from the coolant system. WIth the engine cold remove the radiator cap and check the level in the radiator. If there is no coolant present there is a possibility that you have a leak somewhere in the system and it will need to be pressure checked.

Whether you have AUTO or MANUAL air the mix door has a motor mounted on it. If that motor does not work you will experience the concern that you have. Turn the knob (on manual models) from hot to cool to hot and listen for air sound change. On AUTO models change the temperature from 90 to 60 to 90 (make sure you are in manual mode so the mode doors don't change). There is a slight restriction on heat because the air has to travel through the heater core

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sounds like a damper door in the front not working properly, these are actuated by the front temp control, the door is operated by either a manual cable, and electric actuator, or vacuum. I hope this helps you zero in on your problem. Merry Christmas

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1994 Nissan Quest Air Conditioner not working


Check out Thermostatic Expantion Valve

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