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Ceelow94
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Posted: May 20 2010 at 9:09am | IP Logged  

Hi Rolando,
Is there a part number to the pressure regulator switch you bought?

I really , really dont want to have to discharge the ac
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Posted: May 21 2010 at 9:09am | IP Logged  

Yes, Switch Assy, 92137-0W000

Note: Dealership will not have this part specifically available for a Frontier (at least was not available for my 04 Frontier) as a separate unit to sell, instead the dealer parts guy pulled the switch from a Pathfinder or Xterra diagram and sold to me as is.

If you do buy this, install and it works for you great.....please let me know.  I just became a full-time dad and have absolutely no time to do anything these days.  Your response would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted: May 21 2010 at 1:36pm | IP Logged  

My problems started when I noticed that the re-circulating button would not light up. The output still increases when I push the RC button though.

I put in some freon, & it worked for a day. I did it again, & it worked for two days.

I can hear my compressor kick on & off when I turn the switch. Should I try to replace the switch anyway?

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Posted: May 22 2010 at 4:24pm | IP Logged  

Sorry, would not have an idea based on your diagnosis.  Seems a little different than mine.  I just don't have time to take to mechanic.
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Posted: Jun 13 2010 at 9:24pm | IP Logged  

 Any of you guys with 99-2000 frontiers have problems with the a/c condenser/ cooling fan not coming on when the a/c is on?
 I just replaced the fan because the motor  locked up and fan blade came off from the hub. I recenty brought the truck a month ago.
 I know the electric condenser fan is suppose to come on when the engine reached a certain temp.
However, is it suppose to come on whenever the a/c is being used?
 Do you think i have a bad triple pressure switch?
Thanks


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Posted: Jun 13 2010 at 10:38pm | IP Logged  

Part # posted in previous thread.

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Posted: Jun 13 2010 at 10:57pm | IP Logged  

TX Frontier wrote:
 Any of you guys with 99-2000 frontiers have problems with the a/c condenser/ cooling fan not coming on when the a/c is on?
 I just replaced the fan because the motor  locked up and fan blade came off from the hub. I recenty brought the truck a month ago.
 I know the electric condenser fan is suppose to come on when the engine reached a certain temp.
However, is it suppose to come on whenever the a/c is being used?
 Do you think i have a bad triple pressure switch?
Thanks

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Welcome to the group!

The fan that serves the radiator and A/C condencer on my pure stock '99 3.3 4x4 KC SE is controlled by a viscus clutch. there is no way it can be controlled by other means.

My '99 V-8 Grand Cherokee had a viscus fan and an electric fan. The electric always came on with the A/C.

Is it possible the electric fan was an add on?

Have a good one Don S..



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Posted: Jun 14 2010 at 3:41pm | IP Logged  

 Yes, I Have two fans one electric  and one clutch type bolted to the water pump

I got a 99 as well with v6 . I driven the truck about 600 miles so far and its been ok.

http://www.courtesyparts.com/frontier-parts-d22u-1998-2004/g enuine-nissan-parts/exhaust-cooling/214-radiator-shroud-fitt ing/-c-2129_2130_2154_2159.html

its part # 92120m on the link

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Posted: Jul 13 2010 at 9:00pm | IP Logged  

I ordered this TCA for my 2003 Frontier, but when I took
everything apart, I see that I must have the 2-wire
thermistor type thing in my truck, but the part I ordered
for the truck is the 3-wire TCA. Does anyone know if the
thermistor can be ordered or whether the TCA can be used
instead? (if so, which wires do I connect to).
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Hey Brian189, I also ordered and received the three wire version of the TCA, only to find out Sat night that I also had the two wire version with thermistor. I'm surprised that your '03 Frontier took that version, because I was replacing one on a '92 Sentra, and I just figured that the two wire was an older version. I would like to take a minute and say,  thanks everyone for putting up with a Senta guy on a Frontier forum, but I have learned more here than all the others places combined. But meanwhile, back in yoga position number 84 from underneth the dashboard of the Sentra, did you notice that the thermister was attached to a small plastic box, and in that box was a circut board, whereas the three wire version must attach to the electronics some place else. That's the thing that stopped me from experimenting. I sent Courtesy an email about what the '92 needed. They didn't have a picture, but sent an exploded view of the unit, but didn't show enough to be sure if they had the right part. The part they say goes with a '92 runs $117.00! Yikes! So, I guess we both will wait until someone a little smarter can tell us what's up.

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