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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Symptom diagnosis

HEATER AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM CONTROL SYMPTOMS

Diagnosis Chart By Symptom

NOTE: Perform the self-diagnoses with CONSULT before performing the symptom diagnosis. If DTC is detected, perform the corresponding diagnosis.

Symptom

Corresponding malfunction part

Reference

  • Air conditioning does not activate.
  •  Air conditioning cannot be controlled.
  •  Operation status of air conditioning is not indicated on display.
  • A/C auto amp. ignition power supply circuit
  •  Front A/C control (A/C auto amp.)
HAC-56, "Diagnosis Procedure"
  • Air outlet does not change.
  •  Mode door motor does not operate normally.
  • Circuit between mode door motor and A/C auto amp.
  • Mode door motor control linkage
  •  Mode door motor
  •  A/C auto amp.
HAC-80, "Diagnosis Procedure"
  • Discharge air temperature of driver side does not change.
  • Air mix door motor LH does not operate normally.
  • Circuit between air mix door motor LH and A/C auto amp.
  •  Air mix door motor LH installation condition
  •  Air mix door motor LH
  •  A/C auto amp.
HAC-67, "Diagnosis Procedure"
  • Discharge air temperature of passenger side does not change.
  • Air mix door motor RH does not operate normally.
  • Circuit between air mix door motor RH and A/C auto amp.
  • Air mix door motor RH installation condition
  •  Air mix door motor RH
  •  A/C auto amp.
HAC-70, "Diagnosis Procedure"
  • Intake door does not change.
  •  Intake door motor does not operate normally.
  • Circuit between intake door motor and A/C auto amp.
  •  Intake door motor control linkage
  •  Intake door motor
  •  A/C auto amp.
HAC-77, "Diagnosis Procedure"
Blower motor operation is malfunctioning.
  • Power supply system of front blower motor
  •  Circuit between front blower motor and A/C auto amp.
  •  Front blower motor
  •  A/C auto amp.
HAC-85, "Diagnosis Procedure"
Compressor does not operate.
  • Circuit between magnet clutch and IPDM E/R
  •  Magnet clutch
  •  IPDM E/R (A/C relay)
  •  Circuit between ECM and refrigerant pressure sensor
  •  Refrigerant pressure sensor
  •  CAN communication circuit
  •  A/C auto amp.
HAC-91, "Diagnosis Procedure"
  • Insufficient cooling.
  •  No cool air comes out. (Air flow volume is normal.)
  • Magnet clutch control system
  •  Drive belt slipping
  •  Refrigerant cycle
  •  ECV (electrical control valve)
  •  Air leakage from each duct
  •  A/C auto amp. connection recognition signal circuit
  •  Temperature setting trimmer (front)
HAC-98, "Diagnosis Procedure"
  • Insufficient heating.
  •  No warm air comes out. (Air flow volume is normal.)
  • Engine cooling system
  •  Heater hose
  •  Heater core
  •  Air leakage from each duct
  •  Temperature setting trimmer (front)
HAC-99, "Diagnosis Procedure"
Noise is heard when front air conditioning system operates. During compressor operation Refrigerant cycle HA-20, "Symptom Table"
During front blower motor operation
  • Mixing any foreign object in front blower motor
  •  Front blower motor fan breakage
  •  Front blower motor rotation inferiority
HAC-88, "Component Inspection (Front Blower Motor)"
  • Memory function does not operate.
  •  Setting temperature is not memorized.
  • Battery power supply system of A/C auto amp.
  •  A/C auto amp.
HAC-56, "Diagnosis Procedure"

INSUFFICIENT COOLING

Description

Symptom

Diagnosis Procedure

NOTE: Perform self-diagnoses with CONSULT before performing symptom diagnosis. If any DTC is detected, perform the corresponding diagnosis.

1.CHECK MAGNET CLUTCH OPERATION

  1.  Turn ignition switch ON.
  2.  Operate fan switch.
  3.  Press A/C switch.
  4.  Check that A/C indicator turns ON. Check visually and by sound that compressor operates.
  5.  Press A/C switch again.
  6.  Check that A/C indicator turns OFF. Check that compressor stops.

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2.

NO >> Perform diagnosis of “COMPRESSOR DOES NOT OPERATE” in “SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS”.

Refer to HAC-100, "Diagnosis Procedure".

2.CHECK DRIVE BELT

Check tension of drive belt. Refer to EM-13, "Checking".

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3.

NO >> Adjust or replace drive belt depending on the inspection results.

3.CHECK REFRIGERANT CYCLE

Connect recovery/recycling recharging equipment to the vehicle and perform pressure inspection with gauge.

Refer to HA-17, "Symptom Table".

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4.

NO >> Repair or replace parts depending on the inspection results.

4.CHECK AIR LEAKAGE FROM EACH DUCT

Check duct and nozzle, etc. of the front air conditioning system for leakage.

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5.

NO >> Repair or replace parts depending on the inspection results.

5.CHECK SETTING OF TEMPERATURE SETTING TRIMMER (FRONT)

  1.  Check setting value of temperature setting trimmer (front). Refer to HAC-50, "Temperature Setting Trimmer".
  2.  Check that temperature setting trimmer (front) is set to “+ direction”.

NOTE: The control temperature can be set with the setting of the temperature setting trimmer (front).

  1.  Set difference between set temperature and control temperature to “0”.

Is inspection result normal? YES >> Inspection End.

NO >> Replace A/C auto amp. Refer to HAC-103, "Removal and Installation".

INSUFFICIENT HEATING

Description

Symptom

Diagnosis Procedure

NOTE: Perform self-diagnosis with CONSULT before performing symptom diagnosis. If DTC is detected, perform the corresponding diagnosis.

1.CHECK COOLING SYSTEM

  1.  Check engine coolant level and check leakage. Refer to CO-8, "Inspection".
  2.  Check reservoir tank cap. Refer to CO-12, "RADIATOR CAP : Inspection".
  3.  Check water flow sounds of the engine coolant. Refer to CO-8, "Inspection".

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2.

NO >> Refill engine coolant and repair or replace parts depending on the inspection results.

2.CHECK HEATER HOSE

Check installation of heater hose visually or by touching.

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3.

NO >> Repair or replace parts depending on the inspection results.

3.CHECK HEATER CORE

  1.  Check temperature of inlet hose and outlet hose of front heater core.
  2.  Check that inlet side of heater core is hot and the outlet side is slightly lower than/almost equal to the inlet side.

CAUTION: Always perform the temperature inspection in a short period of time because the engine coolant temperature is very hot. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4.

NO >> Replace heater core. Refer to HA-43, "HEATER CORE : Removal and Installation".

4.CHECK AIR LEAKAGE FROM EACH DUCT

Check duct and nozzle, etc. of front air conditioning system for air leakage.

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5.

NO >> Repair or replace parts depending on the inspection results.

5.CHECK SETTING OF TEMPERATURE SETTING TRIMMER (FRONT)

  1.  Check setting value of temperature setting trimmer (front). Refer to HAC-50, "Temperature Setting Trimmer".
  2.  Check that temperature setting trimmer (front) is set to “− direction”.

    NOTE: The control temperature can be set by the temperature setting trimmer (front).

  3.  Set difference between the set temperature and control temperature to “0”.

Are the symptoms solved? YES >> Inspection End.

NO >> Replace A/C auto amp. Refer to HAC-103, "Removal and Installation".

COMPRESSOR DOES NOT OPERATE

Description

Symptom: Compressor does not operate.

Diagnosis Procedure

NOTE:

1.CHECK MAGNET CLUTCH OPERATION

Check magnet clutch. Refer to HAC-91, "Component Function Check".

Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 2.

NO >> Repair or replace malfunctioning parts.

2.CHECK REFRIGERANT PRESSURE SENSOR

Check refrigerant pressure sensor. Refer to EC-482, "Component Function Check".

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3.

NO >> Repair or replace malfunctioning parts.

3.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. OUTPUT SIGNAL

With CONSULT

Check “COMP REQ SIG” and “FAN REQ SIG” in “DATA MONITOR” mode of “HVAC” using CONSULT.

Check a/c auto amp. Output signal

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4.

NO >> Replace A/C auto amp. Refer to HAC-103, "Removal and Installation".

4.CHECK ECM INPUT SIGNAL

With CONSULT

Check “AIR COND SIG” and “HEATER FAN SW” in “DATA MONITOR” mode of “ECM” using CONSULT.

Check ecm input signal

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5.

NO >> Check CAN communication system. Refer to LAN-17, "Trouble Diagnosis Flow Chart".

5.CHECK IPDM E/R INPUT SIGNAL

With CONSULT

  1.  Start engine.
  2. Check “AC COMP REQ” in “DATA MONITOR” mode of “IPDM E/R” using CONSULT.

Check ipdm e/r input signal

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Inspection End.

NO >> Check CAN communication system. Refer to LAN-17, "Trouble Diagnosis Flow Chart".

DTC/circuit diagnosis
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Removal and installation
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Other materials:

Wiring diagram
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General maintenance
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C1735 ignition signal
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