Nissan Murano - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

Nissan Murano - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

1. Headlight, fog light* and turn signal switch
(P.2-22)
2. Trip odometer reset button (P.2-4)
3. Instrument brightness control switch
(P.2-26)
4. Meters/gauges (P.2-3)
5. Windshield (P.2-20)/rear window (P.2-21)
wiper and washer switch
6. Hazard warning flasher switch (P.2-27)
7. Center ventilator (P.4-19)
8. Audio control (P.4-24)
9. Display (P.4-2)/clock (P.4-4)
10. Rear window defroster and Heated outside
mirror* switch (P.2-21)
11. Display screen control (P.4-2) and/or Navi-
gation system*1
12. Passenger supplemental air bag (P.1-39)
13. Side ventilator (P.4-19)
14. Headlight aiming control switch* (P.2-25)
15. VDC (Vehicle dynamic control) off switch*
(P.2-29) or Headlight aiming control (P.2-
25)
16. Steering switch for audio control* (P.4-35)
17. Fuse box cover (P.8-21)
18. Tilting steering wheel lock lever (P.3-28)
19. Driver supplemental air bag (P.1-39)/Horn
(P.2-27)
20. Cruise control main/set switch (P.5-21)
21. Ignition switch/steering lock (P.5-8) (P.5-
10)
22. Heater/air conditioner control (P.4-20)
SSI0072
INSTRUMENT PANEL
0-4
Illustrated table of contents
1. Power steering fluid reservoir (P.8-12)
2. Engine oil filler cap (P.8-9)
3. Brake fluid reservoir (P.8-13)
4. Air cleaner (P.8-17)
5. Windshield washer fluid reservoir (P.8-14)
6. Engine coolant reservoir (P.8-8)
7. Drive belts (P.8-16)
8. Radiator filler cap (P.8-8)
9. Engine oil dipstick (P.8-9)
10. Fuse/fusible link holder (P.8-21)
11. Battery (P.8-14)
SDI1760
ENGINE COMPARTMENT CHECK
LOCATIONS
Illustrated table of contents
0-7
1. Headlight, fog light (if so equipped) and turn
signal switch
2. Trip odometer reset button
3. Instrument brightness control switch
4. Meters/gauges
5. Windshield/rear window wiper and washer
switch
6. Hazard warning flasher switch
7. Center ventilator
8. Audio control
9. Display/clock
10. Rear window defroster and Heated outside
mirror (if so equipped) switch
11. Display screen control and/or Navigation
system*
12. Passenger supplemental air bag
13. Side ventilator
14. Headlight
aiming
control
switch
(if
so
equipped)
15. VDC (Vehicle dynamic control) off switch (if
so equipped) or Headlight aiming control (if
so equipped)
16. Steering switch for audio control (if so
equipped)
17. Fuse box cover
18. Tilting steering wheel lock lever
19. Driver supplemental air bag/Horn
20. Cruise control main/set switch
21. Ignition switch/steering lock
22. Heater/air conditioner control
23. Coin box
24. Outside mirror remote control
25. Cellular phone holder
26. AWD lock switch (AWD models)
27. Heated seat switch (if so equipped)
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
2-2
Instruments and controls
The power outlet is for powering electrical ac-
cessories such as cellular telephones.
²
1
Located
beside
the
glove
box
(if
so
equipped):
Pull down the cover to open.
²
2
Located inside the console box:
Pull to remove the cover to open.
²
3
Located the side of the luggage room (if so
equipped):
Pull up the cover to open.
CAUTION
±
The outlet and plug may be hot dur-
ing or immediately after use.
±
This power outlet is not designed for
use with a cigarette lighter unit.
±
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 only one power outlet at a time.
±
Use power outlet with the engine
running to avoid discharging the ve-
hicle battery.
±
Avoid using power outlets when the
air
conditioner,
headlights
or
rear
window defroster is on.
±
Before inserting or disconnecting a
plug, be sure to turn off the power
switch of electrical accessory being
used or the ACC power of the vehicle.
±
Push the plug in as far as it will go. If
good contact is not made, the plug
may overheat or the internal tem-
perature fuse may open.
±
When not in use, be sure to close the
cap/cover. Do not allow water to con-
tact the outlet.
COIN BOX
WARNING
The coin box should not be used while
driving so full attention may be given to
vehicle operation.
To open, push the coin box lid
²
1
as illustrated.
The inner tray can be removed
²
2
as illustrated.
Do not place valuable items in the box.
Do not use the coin box as an ashtray.
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STORAGE
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Instruments and controls
The automatic drive positioner system has two
features:
±
Entry/exit function
±
Memory storage
ENTRY/EXIT FUNCTION
This system is designed so that the driver’s seat
and outside mirror will automatically move when
the shift lever is in the P (Park) position. This
allows the driver to get into and out of the
driver’s seat more easily.
The driver’s seat will slide backward:
The driver’s seat will slide backward when the
driver’s door is opened with the ignition switch
(knob) in the LOCK position.
The driver’s seat will return to the previous
position:
±
When the key is inserted into the ignition
switch after closing the driver’s door, or when
the driver’s door is closed after inserting the
key into the ignition switch.
±
When the ignition switch is pushed with the
driver’s
door
closed.
(Intelligent
Key
equipped model)
±
When the key or ignition switch is turned to
the ON position.
The entry/exit feature can be canceled. See “4.
Display screen, heater, air conditioner and audio
systems” section of this manual.
The entry/exit function can be activated or can-
celled by pressing and holding the SET switch
for more than 10 seconds while the ignition key
is in the LOCK position. The indicator light will
blink once when the function is cancelled, and
the indicator light will blink twice when the
function is activated. If the battery cable is
disconnected, or if the fuse opens, the entry/exit
function will be cancelled. In such a case, after
connecting the battery or replacing with a new
fuse, open and close the driver’s door more than
two times with the ignition key or ignition switch
in the LOCK position to activate the entry/exit
function.
MEMORY STORAGE
Two positions for the driver’s seat, pedals (Brake
and Accelerator) and outside mirrors can be
stored in the automatic drive positioner memory.
Follow these procedures to use the memory
system.
1. Set the selector lever to the P (Park) position.
2. Adjust the driver’s seat, pedals (Brake and
Accelerator) and outside mirrors to the de-
sired positions by manually operating each
adjusting switch. For additional information,
see “Seats” in the “1. Safety — seats, seat
belts
and
supplemental
restraint
system”
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AUTOMATIC DRIVE POSITIONER
(if so equipped)
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-33
If the SEEK button is not pushed within 5
seconds, SCAN tuning moves to the next sta-
tion.
Station memory operations:
Eighteen (18) stations can be set for the FM, AM
and SAT band to the A, B and C preset button.
1. Choose preset channel A, B or C using the
preset select button.
2. Tune to the desired station using the SEEK,
SCAN or TUNE button and keep pushing any
of the desired station memory buttons (1 to
6) until a beep sound is heard. (The radio
mutes when the select button is pushed.)
3. The channel indicator will then come on and
the sound will resume. Memorizing is now
complete.
4. Other buttons can be set in the same manner.
If the battery cable is disconnected, or if the fuse
blows, the radio memory will be erased. In that
case, reset the desired stations.
Radio data system (RDS):
RDS stands for Radio Data System, and is a
data information service transmitted by some
radio stations on the FM band (not AM band)
and/or SATELLITE band encoded within a regu-
lar radio broadcast. Currently, most RDS sta-
tions are in large cities, but many stations are
now considering broadcasting RDS data.
RDS can display:
±
Station call sign, such as “WHFR 98.3”.
±
Station name, such as “The Groove”.
±
Music or programming type such as “Classi-
cal”, “Country”, or “Rock”.
±
Traffic reports about delays or construction.
If the station broadcasts RDS information, the
RDS icon is displayed.
Program type (PTY) (Category
(CAT)):
When PROG/RPT button is pushed for more
than 1.5 seconds during FM (SAT) mode, the
PTY (CAT) name of the current tuned station is
displayed. During this time if the PTY (CAT) data
code is zero, or the data is unreadable; the
display will show NONE.
1. PTY (CAT) selection mode
PTY (CAT) name selection can be done by
the up/down TUNE button
or
in
the PTY (CAT) selection mode.
It is possible to shift the PTY (CAT) name by one
step, with one push of the up/down tuning
button
or
.
PTY name selection can also be achieved by
pushing the preset buttons.
Initial PTY names are stored in the preset but-
tons; but these can be changed by pushing the
preset buttons for less than 1.5 seconds when
the desired PTY name is in the display.
2. PTY SEEK tuning
After selecting a PTY name, push the SEEK
button
or
for less than 0.5 sec-
onds within 10 seconds. Tuning to the PTY
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Display screen, heater, air conditioner and audio systems
1. Power steering fluid reservoir
2. Engine oil filler cap
3. Brake fluid reservoir
4. Air cleaner
5. Windshield washer fluid reservoir
6. Engine coolant reservoir
7. Drive belts
8. Radiator filler cap
9. Engine oil dipstick
10. Fuse/fusible link holder
11. Battery
SDI1760
ENGINE COMPARTMENT CHECK
LOCATIONS
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-7
The disc-type brakes self-adjust every time the
brake pedal is applied.
WARNING
See
a
NISSAN
dealer
and
have
it
checked if the brake pedal height does
not return to normal.
Brake pad wear indicators
The disc brake pads on your vehicle have au-
dible wear indicators. When a brake pad re-
quires replacement, it will make a high pitched
scraping or screeching sound when the vehicle
is in motion 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 additional information, see the
separate Service and Maintenance Guide.
BRAKE BOOSTER
Check the brake booster function as follows:
1. With the engine off, depress and release the
brake pedal several times. When brake pedal
movement (distance of travel) remains the
same from one pedal application to the next,
continue on to the next step.
2. While depressing the brake pedal, start the
engine. The pedal height should drop a little.
3. With the brake pedal depressed, stop the
engine. Keeping the pedal depressed for
about 30 seconds, the pedal height should
not change.
4. Run the engine for one minute without de-
pressing the brake pedal, then turn it off.
Depress the brake pedal several times. The
pedal travel distance will decrease gradually
with each depression as the vacuum is re-
leased from the booster.
If the brakes do not operate properly, see a
NISSAN dealer.
Some vehicles are equipped with engine com-
partment
and
passenger
compartment
fuse
boxes that use only type
²
A
fuses. Other ve-
hicles are equipped with type
²
A
fuses in the
engine compartment fuse box and type
²
B
fuses
in the passenger compartment fuse box.
Type
²
A
fuses are provided as spare fuses. They
are stored in the passenger compartment fuse
box.
Type
²
A
fuses can be installed in the engine
compartment and passenger compartment fuse
boxes.
SDI1751
FUSES
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-21
If a type
²
A
fuse is used to replace a type
²
B
fuse, the type
²
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
²
B
fuses cannot be installed in the under-
hood fuse boxes. Only use type
²
A
fuses in the
underhood fuse boxes.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
CAUTION
Never use a fuse of a higher or lower
amperage rating than that 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 headlight
switch are OFF.
2. Open the engine hood.
3. Remove the fusible link cover.
4. Remove the fuse with the fuse puller.
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.
SDI1752
SDI1504
SDI1753
Type A
8-22
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
Fusible links
If any electrical equipment does not operate and
fuses are in good condition, check the fusible
links. If any of these fusible links are melted,
replace only with genuine NISSAN parts.
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
CAUTION
Never use a fuse of a higher or lower
amperage rating than that 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 to open the fuse box lid
²
1
.
3. Pinch the fuse perpendicularly with the fuse
puller
²
A
and pull it out.
4. If the fuse is open, replace it with a new fuse
²
B
.
5. If a new fuse also opens, have the electrical
system checked and repaired by a NISSAN
dealer.
SDI1754
Type B
SDI1505
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-23