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Originally Posted by pfarrelli
The blower fan on my 2001 Pathfiner LE 4WD with electronic climate control is stuck on high. There are many posts regarding this issue but none have exact solution.
Even when I manually change the fan speed or turn entire unit off, the fan stays on high.
Basically I have read it is probably the "fan control amplifier". From what I understand this is the same as the "fan resistor" found behind the glove box (according to a post, you need not remove the box change the part).
However I called the dealer and they said that when system is off and the fan continues to run, then it is not the resistor.
Then I call yet another dealer and they asked for my VIN. They then said it is not the FCA as it doesn't have one and I need to change the "AC conrtol Amplifier" (which costs $380+ dollars).
I also read today that I may be able to disconnect the positive lead on my battery for five minutes to let the computers reset. I have yet to try that today.
What I was wondering is if I could get some info on exactly WHAT my setup is for my year make model and type of system and what could be causign the problem. Do I have a resistor or not? etc. etc.
Originally Posted by Delirious
So have you resolved this problem?
I am interested as this is happening on my '97 Maxima. Blower fan motor run on high regardless of the switch setting including off! btw this is not a climate control system.
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