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I have a 2016 Nissan Versa Note. A few days ago the air stopped blowing, though the compressor still kicks on. After researching, first I checked the fuses. Numbers 20, 21, and 22 were all linked to the A/C and were fine. The research also indicated that the R3 fuse was attached to the blower. I can't pull it out or find a replacement to test it so I've moved to the next step... The blower motor! I have the new part but cannot find it in the car. It's more than 100 degrees outside so I figured I'd come out of the furnace and ask you all! First, the R3 fuse: is it likely that's the problem and should I hunt one down and check it out? See photo named Fuse. It's the big blue one. Is it called something else? Please say this is the problem so I can return this blower motor back and get my $80 back. LOL! Second, the blower motor: WHERE THE CRAP IS IT? All the YouTube videos show it right behind the glove box to the left. I pulled out the glove box and found this... see photo named blower motor... I don't know which one to open.
Another strike against Nissan, blower motors that fall right out of many other cars are almost impossible to get to.
I'd be finding the harness to jumper it to 12 volt to check the blower by itself, could easily be the resistor to it but that may be super hard to get to as well.
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