I have a 2002 se-r and my a/c does not blow hard at all. All four positions blow and it blows cold but not hard enough to cool the entire car. Any thoughts?

Asked by Jul 17, 2013 at 02:14 PM about the 2002 Nissan Sentra SE-R

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If you're in the US, go get and EZ Chill can. It comes with a gauge and a DVD(if not search for the video on the internet). Your fluid in your car is 134a. Don't put anything else there. If you're in Canada, don't bother searching for 134a, you won't find it. I would suggest you to go to the shop since the shipping will cost you too much. If the EZ Chill solution works but only temporarily, it means you have a leak and need to get your system checked for leaks.


Have you changed your cabin air filter lately. I suspect it is stopped up and needs to be replaced.

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http://www.nissanclub.com/forums/b15-2000-2006-nissan-sentra- discussion-se-r-spec-v/308992-2002-sentra-discharge-air-flow- issue.html -- this guy had same issue. Cabin air filter is behind glove box was all stopped up. Hope this helps

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Thanks dandyoun! I checked the filter and I don't think it has ever been changed! It took me ten minutes to change it and its blowin hard now! Thanks again.


Sure glad I could help. Drive safe.

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