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Thanks for reply, sounds like been there done that. I still have a little hope, not ready to accept
defeat. Murano's are sold all over the world not just US and Canada. When you go Vin and part #,
Nissan dealer said PN 27500-9UC1C is the US part number, 2017-2020 years. There has to be a way to change this, somewhere in the main computer possibly.
The driver's display does have the Settings option for changing from Celsius to Fahrenheit, so at least you have one reference for the temp in Fahrenheit.
 

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It is a system level change. If you have somebody that you know that has a Nissan diagona Nissan diagnostic machine that can change system level components that's where it has to be done it is not a part change
 

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Don't know if something like this would access the low level programming of the car
I could not find a reference to Celsius or Fahrenheit in the service manual...

That's a very expensive tool...
 

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Is there a way to log onto a Canadian Nissan dealer's web site and look up the part without using your Vin# and see if the part number is the same as going to a US Nissan dealer's web site and going the same thing?

Might help point you in the right direction. Totally stupid that you can't do a simple thing like change from C to F.

Good luck.

Have a good day.
Folks,

The inability to modify simple things appears moronic. In reality, are very complex not from a technical perspective but from the scale of manufacturing globalized consumer-class vehicles. The moral of the story is, "It ain't a Burger King. You can't have it your way unless you are willing to pay".....! OK, it is humor for Thursday:D Peace Out!
 

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OP, Please refer to the third paragraph of (my) post #5 above from November 2015.

MuranoSL2003 has it right. The head unit is hard programmed for the country in which the vehicle is to be sold. Therefore if you can obtain a head unit from a salvage yard in the US, (check to make sure the speedo is predominately MPH), this should solve your problem.
 

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Just got back from Nissan dealer. Here comes the sad truth.. Open drivers door and take a good
look at the in service date sticker. If it has a maple leaf on it, the car was made for Canada and climate control will be metrics only. No way to CHANGE this to F. I believe even if you try to
change the part, it will still read out metric and changing could possibly do damage to associated
parts. Pin setting and voltage could be different. Nissan US won't even offer an extended warranty
with only 15355mi.
 

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You can live with metric. Give it a couple of weeks and make an honest effort, you'll adapt.
 
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