The electric fan is on the engine side of the radiator, toward the right, partially covered by the fan shroud.deermjd wrote:As you are well aware of, the Pathfinder has a fan clutch and not an electric fan. The fan clutch will engage and disengage based on the temperature of the fluid inside the clutch. So if you just started your truck and it's idling it will take several minutes for the engine temperature to rise to a normal level and cause the fan clutch to kick on. In my Pathfinder it will not cool as well when I'm idling as opposed to cruising down the interstate. Since yours is blowing hot air while idling I would suggest to check out your refrigerant pressures and your cabin fan and filter.