Nissan Xterra - 2013 Fuse Box Diagram

Nissan Xterra - 2013 Fuse Box Diagram

VQ40DE engine
1.
Windshield-washer fluid reservoir
(P. 8-14)
2.
Fuse/fusible link box (P. 8-23)
3.
Fuse and relay box (P. 8-23)
4.
Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-9)
5.
Engine oil dipstick (P. 8-9)
6.
Brake fluid reservoir/Clutch fluid
reservoir (M/T model) (P. 8-13)
7.
Air cleaner (P. 8-18)
8.
Drive belt location (P.8-17)
9.
Radiator cap (P. 8-7)
10.
Power steering fluid reservoir (P. 8-12)
11.
Battery (P. 8-14)
12.
Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-7)
See the page number indicated in paren-
theses for operating details.
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ENGINE COMPARTMENT CHECK
LOCATIONS
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Illustrated table of contents
The power outlets are for powering electrical
accessories such as cellular telephones. They
are rated at 12 volt, 120W (10A) maximum.
The power outlets are powered only when the
ignition switch is in the ACC or ON position.
Open the cap to use a power outlet.
CAUTION
The outlet and plug may be hot during
or immediately after use.
Only certain power outlets are designed
for use with a cigarette lighter unit. Do
not use any other power outlet for an
accessory
lighter.
See
your
NISSAN
dealer for additional information.
Do not use with accessories that ex-
ceed a 12 volt, 120W (10A) power draw.
Do not use double adapters or more
than one electrical accessory.
Use power outlets with the engine run-
ning to avoid discharging the vehicle
battery.
Avoid using power outlets when the air
conditioner, headlights or rear window
defroster is on.
Before
inserting
or
disconnecting
a
plug, be sure the electrical accessory
being used is turned OFF.
Push the plug in as far as it will go. If
good contact is not made, the plug may
overheat or the internal temperature
fuse may open.
When not in use, be sure to close the
cap. Do not allow water or any other
liquids to contact the outlet.
Front row
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Center console
LIC0761
Luggage area
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POWER OUTLET
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Instruments and controls
Resetting the time
Hold the MENU button down and then press the
TUNE or SEEK button; the time will reset as
follows:
If the displayed minutes before the reset are
in the range of :00 - :29, the hour displayed
before the reset will stay the same and the
minutes will be reset to :00.
If the displayed minutes before the reset are
in the range of :30 - :59, the hour displayed
before the reset will advance by one hour
and the minutes will be reset to :00.
For example, if the MENU button and the TUNE or
SEEK button are pressed while the time dis-
played is between 8:00 and 8:29, the display will
be reset to 8:00. If the buttons were pressed
while the time was between 8:30 and 8:59, the
display will be reset to 9:00. At the same time the
display will return to the audio.
FM/AM radio operation
FM·AM button:
Press the FM·AM button to change from AM
←→
FM reception.
The FM stereo indicator, ST, illuminates during
FM stereo reception. When the stereo broadcast
signal is weak, the radio automatically changes
from stereo to monaural reception.
TUNE buttons:
Manual tuning
Press the TUNE
or
button for less
than 0.5 seconds for manual tuning.
To move quickly through the channels, press and
hold either TUNE
or
button down
for more than 1.5 seconds.
SEEK buttons:
SEEK tuning
Press the SEEK
or
button to seek
through the frequencies. Seek tuning begins
from low to high frequencies, or high to low
frequencies,
depending
on
which
button
is
pressed, and stops at the next broadcasting sta-
tion. Once the highest broadcasting station is
reached, the radio continues in the seek mode at
the lowest broadcasting station.
Station memory operations:
18 stations can be set for the FM and AM radio to
the A, B and C preset button in any combination
of AM or FM stations.
1. Press the PRESET A·B·C button to change
between storage banks. The radio displays
the icon A, B or C to indicate which set of
presets are active.
2. Tune to the desired station using manual
TUNE or SEEK tuning. Press and hold any of
the desired station memory buttons (1 – 6)
until a beep sound is heard. (The radio mutes
when the select button is pressed.)
3. The channel indicator will then come on and
the sound will resume. Programming is now
complete.
4. Other buttons can be set in the same man-
ner.
If the battery cable is disconnected, or if the fuse
opens, the radio memory will be canceled. In that
case, reset the desired stations.
Compact disc (CD) player operation
If the radio is already operating, it automatically
turns off and the compact disc begins to play.
CD button:
When the CD button is pressed with a compact
disc loaded and the radio playing, the radio turns
off and the last used compact disc starts to play.
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When the XM button is pressed while the ignition
switch is in the ACC or ON position, the radio will
come on at the station last played.
The last station played will also come on when
the VOL/ON·OFF control knob is pressed ON.
*When the XM button is pressed, the satellite
radio reception will not be available unless an
optional satellite receiver and antenna are in-
stalled and a SiriusXM Satellite Radio service
subscription is active. Satellite radio is not avail-
able in Alaska, Hawaii and Guam.
If a compact disc is playing when the XM button
is pressed, the compact disc will automatically be
turned off and the last radio station played will
come on.
TUNE/SCROLL knob (Tuning):
Turn the TUNE/SCROLL knob to the left or right
for manual tuning.
SEEK tuning:
Press the SEEK•CAT button
or
to
tune from low to high or high to low frequencies
and to stop at the next broadcasting station.
SCAN tuning:
Press the SCAN button to stop at each broad-
casting station for 5 seconds. SCAN will appear
on the screen while the radio is scan tuning.
Pressing the button again during this 5 second
period will stop SCAN tuning and the radio will
remain tuned to that station. If the SCAN button is
not pressed within 5 seconds, SCAN tuning
moves to the next station.
1 to 6 Station memory operations:
Six stations can be set for the AM band. Twelve
stations can be set for the FM band (6 for FM1, 6
for FM2). Eighteen channels can be set for the
satellite radio (6 for XM1, 6 for XM2, 6 for XM3).
1. Choose the radio band AM, FM1 or FM2
using the FM·AM select button, or choose
the satellite band XM1, XM2 or XM3 using
the XM button.
2. Tune to the desired station using manual,
SEEK or SCAN tuning. Press and hold any
of the desired station memory buttons (1 –
6) until the preset number is updated on the
display and the sound is briefly muted.
3. The channel indicator will then come on and
the sound will resume. Programming is now
complete.
4. Other buttons can be set in the same man-
ner.
If the battery cable is disconnected, or if the fuse
opens, the radio memory will be canceled. In that
case, reset the desired stations.
Compact disc (CD) player operation
If the radio is already operating, it automatically
turns off and the compact disc begins to play.
CD·AUX button:
With a CD loaded, press the CD·AUX button until
the CD mode is displayed on the screen.
CD/MP3 display mode:
While listening to an MP3/WMA CD, certain text
may be displayed on the screen if the CD has
been encoded with text information. Depending
on how the MP3/WMA CD is encoded, informa-
tion such as Artist, Song and Folder will be dis-
played.
The track number and the total number of tracks
in the current folder or on the current disc are
displayed on the screen as well.
SEEK/CAT (Reverse or
Fast Forward) button:
Press and hold the SEEK/CAT button
or
for 1.5 seconds while the compact disc
is playing to reverse or fast forward the track
being played. The compact disc plays at an in-
creased speed while reversing or fast forwarding.
When the button is released, the compact disc
returns to normal play speed.
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Tuning with the TUNE knob:
The radio can also be manually tuned using the
TUNE knob. When in FM or AM mode, turn the
TUNE knob to the left for lower frequencies or to
the right for higher frequencies. When in XM
mode, turn the TUNE knob to change the chan-
nel.
SEEK tuning:
When in FM or AM mode, press the seek
buttons
or
to tune from low to high
or high to low frequencies and to stop at the next
broadcasting station.
When in XM mode, press the seek buttons
or
to change the category.
1 to 6 Station memory operations:
Twelve stations can be set for the FM band (6 for
FM1, 6 for FM2) and six stations can be set for
the AM band. Eighteen stations can be set for the
XM band (6 for XM1, 6 for XM2, 6 for XM3).
1. Choose the radio band AM, FM1 or FM2
using the FM·AM select button or choose
the radio band XM1, XM2 or XM3 using the
XM button.
2. Tune to the desired station using manual or
seek tuning. Press and hold any of the de-
sired station memory buttons (1 – 6) until a
beep sound is heard.
3. The channel indicator will then come on and
the sound will resume. Programming is now
complete.
4. Other buttons can be set in the same man-
ner.
If the battery cable is disconnected or if the fuse
opens, the radio memory will be canceled. In that
case, reset the desired stations.
Presets can also be selected by touching the
desired preset number on the screen.
Compact disc (CD) player operation
If the radio is already operating, it automatically
turns off and the compact disc begins to play.
CD button:
When the CD button is pressed with the system
off and the compact disc loaded, the system will
turn on and the compact disc will start to play.
When the CD button is pressed with a compact
disc loaded and the radio playing, the radio will
automatically be turned off and the compact disc
will start to play.
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Monitor, climate, audio, phone and voice recognition systems
VQ40DE engine
1.
Windshield-washer fluid reservoir
2.
Fuse/fusible link box
3.
Fuse and relay box
4.
Engine oil filler cap
5.
Engine oil dipstick
6.
Brake fluid reservoir/Clutch fluid reser-
voir (M/T model)
7.
Air cleaner
8.
Drive belt location
9.
Radiator cap
10.
Power steering fluid reservoir
11.
Battery
12.
Engine coolant reservoir
The engine cooling system is filled at the factory
with
a
pre-diluted
mixture
of
50%
Genuine
NISSAN Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant (blue) and
50% water to provide year-round anti-freeze and
coolant protection. The antifreeze solution con-
tains rust and corrosion inhibitors. Additional en-
gine cooling system additives are not necessary.
WARNING
Never remove the radiator or coolant
reservoir cap when the engine is hot.
Wait until the engine and radiator cool
down. Serious burns could be caused
by high pressure fluid escaping from
the radiator. See precautions in “If your
vehicle overheats” found in the “In case
of emergency” section of this manual.
The radiator is equipped with a pres-
sure type radiator cap. To prevent en-
gine
damage,
use
only
a
genuine
NISSAN radiator cap.
CAUTION
Never use any cooling system additives
such as radiator sealer. Additives may
clog
the
cooling
system
and
cause
damage
to
the
engine,
transmission
and/or cooling system.
When adding or replacing coolant, be
sure to use only Genuine NISSAN Long
Life
Antifreeze/Coolant
(blue)
or
equivalent. Genuine NISSAN Long Life
Antifreeze/Coolant (blue) is pre-diluted
to provide antifreeze protection to -34°
F (-37° C). If additional freeze protec-
tion is needed due to weather where
you operate your vehicle, add Genuine
NISSAN Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant
(blue) concentrate following the direc-
tions on the container. If an equivalent
coolant other than Genuine NISSAN
Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant (blue) is
used, follow the coolant manufacturer’s
instructions to maintain minimum anti-
freeze protection to -34° F (-37° C). The
use of other types of coolant solutions
other than Genuine NISSAN Long Life
Antifreeze/Coolant (blue) or equivalent
may
damage
the
engine
cooling
system.
ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
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If the brakes do not operate properly, have the
brakes checked by a NISSAN dealer.
Self-adjusting brakes
Your
vehicle
is
equipped
with
self-adjusting
brakes.
The front and rear disc-type brakes self-adjust
every time the brake pedal is applied.
WARNING
See a NISSAN dealer for a brake system
check if the brake pedal height does not
return to normal.
Brake pad wear indicators
The disc brake pads on your vehicle have audible
wear indicators. When a brake pad requires re-
placement, a high pitched scraping or screech-
ing sound will be heard when the vehicle is in
motion. The noise will be heard whether or not the
brake
pedal
is
depressed.
Have
the
brakes
checked as soon as possible if the wear indicator
sound is heard.
Under some driving or climate conditions, occa-
sional brake squeak, squeal or other noise may
be heard. Occasional brake noise during light to
moderate stops is normal and does not affect the
function or performance of the brake system.
Proper brake inspection intervals should
be followed.
For more information regarding
brake inspections, see the appropriate mainte-
nance schedule information in the “NISSAN Ser-
vice and Maintenance Guide”.
Two types of fuses are used. Type
²
A
is used in
the fuse boxes in the engine compartment. Type
²
B
is used in the passenger compartment fuse
box.
Type A fuses are provided as spare fuses. They
are stored in the passenger compartment fuse
box.
Type A fuses can be installed in the engine com-
partment
and
passenger
compartment
fuse
boxes.
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BRAKES
FUSES
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-23
If a type A fuse is used to replace a type B fuse,
the type A fuse will not be level with the fuse
pocket as shown in the illustration. This will not
affect the performance of the fuse. Make sure the
fuse is installed in the fuse box securely.
Type B fuses cannot be installed in the under-
hood fuse boxes. Only use type A fuses in the
underhood fuse boxes.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
CAUTION
Never use a fuse of a higher or lower
amperage rating than specified on the
fuse box cover. This could damage the
electrical system or cause a fire.
If any electrical equipment does not come on,
check for an open fuse.
1. Be sure the ignition switch and the headlight
switch are OFF.
2. Open the engine hood.
3. Remove the fuse box cover by pushing the
tab and lifting the cover up.
4. Remove the fuse with the fuse puller. The
fuse puller is located in the center of the fuse
block in the passenger compartment.
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Maintenance and do-it-yourself
5. If the fuse is open
²
A
, replace it with a new
fuse
²
B
.
6. If a new fuse also opens, have the electrical
system checked and repaired by a NISSAN
dealer.
Fusible links
If the electrical equipment does not operate and
fuses are in good condition, check the fusible
links. If any of these fusible links are melted,
replace with only Genuine NISSAN parts.
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
CAUTION
Never use a fuse of a higher or lower
amperage rating than specified on the
fuse box cover. This could damage the
electrical system or cause a fire.
If any electrical equipment does not operate,
check for an open fuse.
1. Be sure the ignition switch and the headlight
switch are OFF.
2. Pull the fuse box cover to remove.
3. Remove the fuse with the fuse puller.
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4. If the fuse is open
²
A
, replace it with an
equivalent good fuse
²
B
.
5. Push the fuse box cover to install.
6. If a new fuse also opens, have the electrical
system checked and repaired by a NISSAN
dealer.
Extended storage switch
If any electrical equipment does not operate,
remove the extended storage switch and check
for an open fuse.
NOTE:
The extended storage switch is used for
long term vehicle storage. Even if the ex-
tended storage switch is broken it is not
necessary to replace it. Replace only the
open fuse in the switch with a new fuse.
Type A
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Type B
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Maintenance and do-it-yourself
How to replace the extended storage switch:
1. To remove the extended storage switch, be
sure the ignition switch is in the OFF or
LOCK position.
2. Be sure the headlight switch is in the OFF
position.
3. Remove the fuse box cover.
4. Pinch the locking tabs
²
1
found on each
side of the storage switch.
5. Pull the storage switch straight out from the
fuse box
²
2
.
CAUTION
Be careful not to allow children to swallow
the battery or removed parts.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-27