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Blower fan for climate ctrl not spinning - intermittent

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Old 12-14-2013, 07:12 PM
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Bumping since it's cold season and I'm seeing other threads with people experiencing this issue. On the comment above about your 2007 sedan fuse panel looking different from my pictures - it should look different. 2003-2007 coupe is 1st gen whereas 2007+ sedan is 2nd gen. PN for the relay is the same and it seems to be a a common failure point for both generations.
 
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I'm not really seeing where the old relay comes out and the new one goes in? I have an 07 G35 and am experiencing the exact same issue. Can some give me a little further explanation? Thanks so much!
 
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Your sedan fuse box is almost identical to the coupe. The biggest difference is the sedan has 4 relays on the backside of the fusebox instead of the 2 relays that the coupe has. According to the sedan FSM, the blower relay is in the same far right location that I noted in the DIY for coupes. Tinypic stopped hosting my 3rd picture that shows the backside of the fusebox but you should get the general idea if you read through my steps above.
 
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Thanks so much SiouxFallsG35! I will be installing this weekend.
 
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replaced the relay and fixed my heater issue, thanks SiouxFallsG35!
 
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old as heck thread saved my life, thanks!
 
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Thank you all for this thread.

I have a 2007 G35 sedan and the relay was the problem with the fan not working. I think the relay contacts get stuck and it takes a bump on the road or to heat it up to operate; so after 10 minutes the fan comes on.

I bought the replacement relay at Autozone and it was a Nissan part manufactured in Japan. I agve them part number 25230-79942 and they ordered it for me. It was not in stock.

In the 2007 sedan the fuse box is vertical and the relay is located at the bottom of the fuse box, behind the fuse for the "Fan".
 
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great thread, fixed replaced the relay and everything's good now!
 
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Thank you so much was having this issue today went and purchased the blower relay and had it installed all for under 40.00 bucks now air flowing like it should......this site is awesome you guys are awesome. It's insane that something so small could be such a huge pain.
 
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Issues started to happen for me when the winter cold started coming in. Luckily, or not, this seems to be a common issue with our cars that seems pretty well covered in terms of the fix.

Anyway, got an $8 relay from Amazon which did the trick. Changing the relay in the cold wasn't fun though. Good thing it is simple.

Thanks guys.
 
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SiouxFallsG35 and JC77 are Awesome!


I was experiencing with my 2007 G35S Sedan exactly what they described with and their fix took care of my problems also.


I can't imagine how much money their investigative work has saved me.


Thanks to both of them!
 
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Works like a charm!

I recently reviewed this thread for my 2006 G35 and followed the steps exactly and bam, the fan blower now works like a charm! The Blower Motor Relay cost me $27.24 from RockAuto. Without this thread, I'm sure I would have paid a fortune for a mechanic to fix. The key was finding the relay behind the fuse panel which this thread shows. Nothing that I owned or could find in the manual showed me where was this was. Much appreciated and hope this helps others with the same problem.
 
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Life saver

I went a full year without my blower motor working. I bought a new one when i was misadvised that my old one malfunctioned. Next, they said I needed a new resistor which happened to be installed in the blower motor. So when i bought the new blower motor i bought a new resistor. Took it to the Infiniti Dealership, they told me i needed a new blower motor once again. I told them i just replaced it. Came across this forum and followed the instructions. Replaced the well hidden relay. Blower works!!!! Thank you!!!!
 
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What is the sequence to remove the plastic panel after popping off the fuse cover and undoing the screw holding it to the body. Are there any other clips that need to get removed. It looks like the plastic is almost glued to other trim pieces.
 
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Hey I just wanted to give my sincere thanks to those that posted the solution to this problem here. Really saved my rear...
 

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