Owners of various Nissan vehicles including Rogues have had ongoing problems with their air conditioners blowing hot air and never cooling. Nissan has provided various explanations, and frequently none of them fixes the problems.
RepairPal.com describes the most likely scenario when diagnosing and attempting repair of Nissan air conditioning problems.
“What are common reasons my Nissan Rogue has air conditioning problems?
While there are a variety of reasons your Nissan Rogue air conditioning won’t work, the most common 3 are a refrigerant leak, an electrical climate control issue, or a problem with the air conditioning compressor.
- 37% of the time it’s AC Refrigerant Leak
- 21% of the time it’s Climate Control Electrical Issue
- 12% of the time it’s AC Compressor”
What will be the outcome of an air conditioning system diagnosis?
Replacement of most air conditioning components requires complete evacuation of the air conditioning system with a refrigerant recovery machine. Once components are re-installed, the technician will remove all air from the system in preparation for recharging the system with new refrigerant.”
If you have been to the Nissan dealer multiple times and still your A/C is blowing hot air, you may be entitled to compensation for your defect and trouble. Call the Law Office of Howard Gutman for a free consultation on your claim, 973-598-1980.
Owners of Nissan vehicles continue to complain about multiple problems with the air-conditioning systems. Nissan owners may be entitled to compensation for problems and inconvenience. Here is a typical post recounting A/C problems.
Hi, my 2014 Xtrail (Rogue in US) have similar issues; aircon suddenly would not work and blow warm air; the controller switched from internal air circulation to external air; for whatever reason(?). While the blower continues to blow, the aircon would not work; even though the aircon light is ON. Very dangerous situation as cabin gets really hot and humid in summer and when the cold change comes, the windshield will be completely fogged up! I went to Nissan service centre 3x and left the car over-night twice. First time Nissan changed the whole compressor – didn’t solve it, then they changed the A/C relay; but all were misdiagnosed, so the issue remains. Since the diagnostic codes does not make sense to the technician; during my third visit, he did the conventional step by step trouble shooting. A total of 5 days of trouble shooting and finally determined the fault at evaporator sensor. A week past now and the a/c is looking good – no more ficky intermittent a/c! If anyone of you see this symptom, go and tell the service workshop that it could be and probably is a faulty evaporator sensor. I’m surprised that Nissan did not have a complete Failure Mode Engineering Analysis on this system – it would have saved them and everyone millions of $ and time.
CALL THE LAW OFFICE OF HOWARD GUTMAN FOR A FREE CONSULTATION ON YOUR NISSAN AIR-CONDITIONING PROBLEM, 973-598-1980.