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2005 air flow control stuck on vents
I apologize if this subject has already been brought up in the forums previously... I did search, and did not see any matching threads, although admittedly I'm not the greatest at digging down with this type of search engine.
Just recently... as in this morning... my air flow control stopped working.
I can turn the knob I can feel slight resistance when it turns past each setting... but nothing that feels like some thing binding. Like the title states the system is stuck on vents... which is a bit of a problem since we are heading into fall... and defrost will be needed... sooner than later.
Has anyone had this problem, what solution did you end up with, and what is the estimated cost in your case?
Does anyone know if Nissan uses a cable, vacuum, or electric system?
Will a bone tool pop off the frame around the knobs... or is there some hidden screws?
Is there a way to change it manually so that I can get it into defrost mode for now so I have a little more time to tinker?
Thank you for any information you can provide on the above questions, or beyond.