The other possibility is that the heater has frozen up. With time, these resistors burn out and need to be replaced - and they almost invariably burn out in order, so setting 1 will fail first, then 2 (and you have Where is this building on a mountain in Planet Earth 2? Thanks in advance. ~x~Rachel~x~ View Public Profile Find More Posts by ~x~Rachel~x~ Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement. 07-12-2010, 13:56 #2 Hugh Jboobs Forum Member Check This Out
Dragonfly »CMF Member HartlepoolUnited Kingdom Member since: Posts: K12 Heater blower not working on any setting . should i be worried about using the shorter card from the almera micra in a standard 1996 alemra? Worse case is a heater motor replacement, but i've never heard of a Civic with that problem. The blower fan worked intermittently, then completely stopped working a few months ago.
I thought "Great! i've pulled one of the resistor cards from an almera microa (the cards smaller) it fits in my sisters standard micra, but its not the long type of card like the Sigurd View Public Profile Find More Posts by Sigurd 07-12-2010, 14:07 #4 dodgygeeza Forum Member Join Date: Jun 2001 Location: Manchester Posts: 6,151 The "heater" is basically just the
We found out today that the clutch cable had come lose and the clip had gone that holds it in place. Waj_100 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Waj_100 07-12-2010, 14:32 #6 ~x~Rachel~x~ Forum Member Join Date: Aug 2007 Location: UK Posts: 404 Its a Honda Civic 1996 1.4. The switch and resistor pack setup is very similar on many different cars. Nissan Micra K12 Blower Motor Replacement Ive checked all in cab fuses , The fuses under the bonnet are not so easy to check though . #1 Les, Oct 4, 2012 Advertisement Ads help us
Anyways, I noticed that my fan wasn't working, at all. Nissan Micra K12 Heater Motor Removal At least at this time of year in Kentucky you should be fine with the windows until then! should by 50W min. https://www.micra.org.uk/threads/micra-k12-heater-not-blowing.53273/ Does anyone know what this could be?
turbo march-rolling shell »CMF Member brisbaneAustralia Member since: Posts: Re: Heater fan not working Thu 01 May 2008 04:25:36 PM heater control panel from wrecker, 2 screws, 5 finger discount LonePhantom Nissan Micra Heater Not Blowing However, you can resolder the resistor card, mine has it done and that restored full function to my heater/AC system. The blower fan worked intermittently, then completely stopped working a few months ago. LonePhantom »CMF Member CanberraAustralia Member since: Posts: Re: Heater fan not working Thu 01 May 2008 02:44:35 PM Interesting.
According to the manual wiring diagram there are 'heater-blower resistors'. Clicking Here It looks like the inside of an old NES game . Resistor Pack Nissan Micra Scratch either side of the blob to expose clean copper. Nissan Micra Heater Blower Motor Tue 09 Oct 2012 03:50:18 AM Anyone no what resistance readings i should get across the 4 contacts on a K12 Resister card .
Is the dirt because , people are not vacuming the carpet frequintly , according to what i read it should be every 3 months . his comment is here vespa steve October 2010 my duaghter has a 93 m icra 1-3 with same issue.is it easy to locate inside the car.i am very practiced at soldering so thats not Remove the connector, then remove the 2 phillips screws holding the resistor in place, then remove the resistor itself by pulling it downwards. But it's definitely a warranty issue, so they should take care of it. Micra K12 Heater Blower Removal
Shook the unit around some more and lots more came out. I believe the brushes are worn but cannot work out how to get the fan off the motor and get inside to replace Brushes. Cars For Sale New Cars New Car Deals New Vans Used Cars Cars For Sale Vans For Sale Car Leasing Business Lease Personal Lease Good Garages The Good Garage this contact form So, I read this post, removed six screws holding the glovebox and housing on, the two plastic screws holding the sideplate on and then the three screws holding the fan on.
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Published on Apr 21, 2013Just a little video to show how easy it is fix a heater switch which is only working on one or two settings. Whenever the fan wouldn't work, or would work slow (sometimes varying with the speed of the engine), I would reach under the glove box and whack the fan motor housing. Sean »CMF Member CanberraAustralia Member since: Posts: Re: Heater fan not working Thu 01 May 2008 08:03:13 PM Heater control panel won't fix your issue LonePhantom. Micra K11 Heater Resistor Card Not working again.
Started taking it apart, then got distracted by my kids. Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 7 (0 members and 7 guests) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Linear Mode Hybrid Mode Switch to Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. http://cestudios.net/nissan-micra/nissan-micra-key-not-working.html The glove box needs to be removed, but this is an easy job as you will see.I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor) Category Education License Standard YouTube
If you remove the card, you just need to desolder the (which should be deteriorated) resistor/joint on one of the rails (its the only one on the card) and then cut vespa steve October 2010 big help thanks syrup January 2010 yes,had 2 faulty resistors on a 95 and 98 micra,just bridged the gap on resistor where worn,i used a But my brushes are getting worn fairly thin, so I need to look at buying some new ones. frontier bob1 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #5 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-19-2011, 11:46 AM miotch Shift_lurker Join Date: Dec 2009 Posts: 4 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times
They are independent publications and are not affiliated with or endorsed by Nissan or Infiniti. Probably worn out brushes, will attempt to pull motor apart at next opportunity nz_aj »CMF Member AucklandNew Zealand Member since: Posts: Re: Heater fan not working Thu 01 May 2008 01:21:35 Loading... Is it likely that these need replacing or is it more probable to be just the switch?