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Nissan Quest, Mercury Villager, Heating / Cooling, Auto Repair, Electrical, Van
#11 of 77 Re: 97 Villager dual A/C reset code [gberlogea]
Jul 24, 2007 (6:39 pm)
I just replaced the A/C compressor in my wife's 2001 Nissan Quest and now I am experiencing the same problem you had with your 1997 Villager, i.e. A/C blowing ice cold air in the rear of the van, outside ambient temp from the front. Can you please tell me what you did to fix your Villager A/C problem??? Thanks!
#12 of 77 2002 Villager Rear A/C problem (NOT BLOWER!)
Aug 06, 2007 (11:29 am)
Rear a/c upper vents blow only warm air, front a/c works fine in both recirc and outside (normal) positions. All controls work fine, blowers work fine in both front and rear. Rear air does not get cold; front air frigid cold. Any ideas?
#13 of 77 2007 Nissan Quest AC Problem
Aug 09, 2007 (8:23 pm)
Has anyone had their AC fade out on long car trips. During two recent road trips my AC seemed to lose blowing power and cooling power. During the first incident we stopped and turned the van off...when we restarted we had no AC at all and rear AC would not even turn on. After a second re-boot everything came back to normal. During second road trip AC just seemed to lose blowing and cooling power. I would fan on high and could hear a louder blowing sound but with little air coming out of the front vents.
#14 of 77 Re: 2007 Nissan Quest AC Problem [ob1]
Aug 17, 2007 (11:30 am)
We had this happen, for the first time, this weekend. We started the van, AC was on auto and rear AC was on high, it was 95 degrees here. I was about 1/2 mile from home, going 35, on flat road, and AC/fan front and rear, just stopped. The display showed like everything should be on, but, about 10 seconds later, it all turned back on. It hasn't happened since. Any ideas from anyone??
2004 Quest SE
#15 of 77 Re: 2007 Nissan Quest AC Problem [famof3kids]
Sep 04, 2007 (6:30 pm)
nothing this bad, but I've had surging. Replaced the in cabin air filter (a crappy design if ever there was one) and the surging stopped. I understand why, it was DIRTY. I had about 39k on my 2004 Quest S, and I WILL change that filter more often (I think 12k is the recommended interval)
#16 of 77 Re: 2007 Nissan Quest AC Problem [ernie144]
Sep 04, 2007 (6:40 pm)
ernie144: Where is the cabin air filter located on your Quest S? I didn't think the Quest S had one.
#17 of 77 1997 villager
Nov 10, 2007 (2:35 pm)
i have a 1997 villager the heater controll unit in the dash board has stoped working all together i found that the circuit board in the controll box is burnt out so i bought a new one for $275.00 installed it and the rear air and heat works but the front wont turn on at all i replaced the front blower mottor still wont work has any one had this problem or any suggestions on how to fit this
#18 of 77 1998 Villager: No heat at rear vent
Nov 26, 2007 (2:23 pm)
Start to experience this problem recently: (Winter here in Canada)
The front control has no problem. Hot air is blowing.
But, there is no heat coming out of the rear control; only cold air.
(Temperature control is already set to HIGH)
After driving a while, the air at the rear starts to warm up a little bit.
But, it is still nowhere close to the hot air blowing at front.
Does anyone know what the possible problem may be?
Thanks in advance,
#19 of 77 Re: 97 Villager dual A/C reset code [gberlogea]
Jan 02, 2008 (11:49 am)
Anyone found an answer to the dual a/c issue: front a/c blows warm, while rear a/c works fine?
#20 of 77 Re: 97 Villager dual A/C reset code [ovalleskids]
Jan 03, 2008 (8:19 am)
I think the problem may be either vacuum or cable connection to a by-pass door in the ventilation system that is not completely opening or closing causing restricted air flow. It may also be a valve in the AC system that directs the freon between the front and rear AC systems. I would take these theory's to your local Nissan dealership and discuss with the service department. They should be able to bring up a schematic showing the AC ventilation system and where that door or valve might be and how it is operated.