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I have a 2006 Nissan Altima and my air conditioner has stopped blowing cold air. I've replaced the compressor within the past 12 months, checked the passenger fuse box, and checked the refrigerant level. What fuse(s) should I check under the hood?

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    I have a 2006 Nissan Altima, my air conditioner has stopped blowing cold air. This has happen before, the first time I took it to one shop, they said I had a pin size hole which is caused the feron to leak. Cost to see fix the issue would have been $400+; yet I took it for a second opinion. The 2nd place said it was a blown fuse, and they replaced it; it worked for over a year or so; but now it's blowing hot air again. I have checked the fused box, filter, and can't seem to fix it? Can you advise where else I need to do?

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I would check the number 33 fuse (see diagram below). It could also be the relay for the compressor as well. Also there is a refridgerant pressure sensor and if that is faulty it will give the wrong readings to the computer which in turn will not give the correct voltage to the relay which would make it to where the relay would engage the compressor clutch. Below are some pictures of wiring diagrams as well as locations of the relay and the sensor. If you are in need of any other information that you think may help you or you need bigger pictures as I can only post up to a certain size here, feel free to email me at csautomotivecars@att.net and I will be happy to answer what I can.


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