Nah, it wasn't. Car was in a wreck (no I wasn't driving ) and I guess that's what led to all this (even if I'm still a bit skeptical about the body shop guys). But as usual any info would be helpful.Well look through MTC in the service manual and that has some trouble shoot steps. You have a multimeter? I'm going check some wire colors and let you know which wires to trace. Was the A/C working before you replaced the BCM?
Tempting, but I'm taking it in tomorrow (again) hopefully they get it figured out this time... Probably not this weekend but I'll definitely head out there within the next month, got fam in GP too.Oh yea i can give you a excuse to come out here. This Saturday their having a maxima/altima meet at lewisville lake so if your interested come out
The test wouldn't work on my 2005 Murano. I'm assuming that the door switch is the lock switch, because there are no other switches that I can see.Here is a way to test the IPDM: Turn the ignition key to the on position, press your door switch 10 times, turn the ignition off then turn it back to the on position. If you do this right your horn will beep and the oil light will start flashing. The defroster ,headlights,cooling fans,wipers,and compressor clutch will cycle, so make sure that your hood is open so you can here the clicks of the compressor clutch. This is called the auto active test and this tests the main relays in the IPDM. If the compressor clutch clicks then its NOT the IPDM. Then i would suggest do what Jim said and test your pressure switch.
Is the passenger side still working? If so, the IPDM isn't the problem. Most likely the wiring for the trailer light module has caused problems with the factory wiring going to the driver tail light. I would start where the module 'quick connects' into the oem harness.