where can you download a repair manual for 06 sentra? My nissan sentra only blows out hot air but no cool . Why does it blow out hot , shouldn't it not work at all ?

Asked by Mar 21, 2013 at 12:38 PM about the 2006 Nissan Sentra 1.8 S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My ac is stuck on hot only and doesn't blow cool .I had it checked and has plenty of freon . he said the doors that direct the air is the problem . my question : how does the broken doors direct hot only ? shouldn't they not  blow anything ?

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http://www.b15u.com/sentra-specific-installation-guides-technical-info/35-nissan-sentra-factory-service-manuals-fsm.html

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Instant Factory pdf download: http://www.slideshare.net/chiehzveytwf/2006-nissan-sentra-service-repair-manual-download-16023021

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It's called a bezel. When you turn on the HVAC it directs air through the A/C evaporator. Or in your case, not

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clever...using the A/C to pull moisture out of ambient air...kinda necessary in foggy weather.

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http://www.nicoclub.com/FSM

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My Sentra did the same thing. There is a plastic part that fails and when you turn the dial to go to cold from heat, the damper does not move, and you are stuck on heat. You can fix it by removing the AC/Heat control unit and use a zip tie to reconnect the parts. Once I fixed that, the AC and heater worked normally again. The other option is to purchase the entire control assembly for about $80.00, but a 5 Cent zip tie seemed a better way to go for me. I watched a Youtube video on how to remove the control assembly and install the zip tie.

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