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    Posted: 09áFebá2019 at 2:11pm
I have a 2017 Qashqai and when i put the heating on in the car the fans paulse up and down and the light paulse also, can anybody help me to find what the problem is.

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2017 QQ will still be under warranty, let your dealership worry about it.
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I've had 3 QQs now and they all do this pulsing fast and slow when you put it on max defrost.   Current one does it before and after a new battery.

I think it's normal.

QQ3: 2014 1.2 dig-T ntec+ gunmetal grey
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