Nissan LEAF - 2011 Fuse Box Diagram

Nissan LEAF - 2011 Fuse Box Diagram

0-6
Illustrated table of contents
1.
TRIP switch for twin trip odometer (P.2-6)
2.
Trip computer switch (P.2-27)
3.
Instrument brightness control switch (P.2-41)
4.
Headlight, fog light* and turn signal switch
— Headlight (P.2-41)
— Turn signal light (P.2-44)
— Fog light* (P.2-44)
5.
Steering-wheel-mounted controls (left side) (See
LEAF Navigation System Owner’s Manual.)
Driving range button
— Audio control
— Bluetooth
®
Hands-Free Phone System control
6.
Steering wheel
— Electric power steering system (P.5-21)
— Horn (P.2-46)
— Driver’s supplemental air bag (P.1-36)
7.
Wiper and washer switch (P.2-38)
8.
Steering-wheel-mounted controls (right side)
— Cruise control switches (P.5-17)
9.
Fuse box cover (P.8-16)
10. Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) OFF switch
(P.2-48)
11. Headlight aiming control (P.2-44)
12. Approaching Vehicle Sound for Pedestrians (VSP)
OFF switch (P.EV-27)
13. Immediate charge switch (P.CH-24)
14. Heated steering wheel switch* (P.2-45)
15. Tilting steering wheel lever (P.3-19)
16. Heated seat switch* (P.2-47)
17. Selector lever (P.5-12)
18. Electric parking brake (P.5-15)
*:
if so equipped
COCKPIT
1.
Coolant tank cap (P.8-7)
2.
Window washer fluid reservoir (P.8-10)
3.
Brake fluid reservoir (P.8-9)
4.
Traction motor inverter (P.EV-7)
5.
Traction motor and reduction gear (P.8-9)
6.
Charge port lid (P.3-17)
7.
Coolant reservoir (P.8-7)
8.
12-volt battery (P.8-11)
— Jump starting (P.6-9)
9.
Fuse/fusible link holder (P.8-16)
Illustrated table of contents
0-9
MOTOR COMPARTMENT
This vehicle is an electric vehicle and it requires
electricity to operate. The Li-ion battery is the
only source of power to operate the vehicle. It is
important to conserve power and plan your
charging
needs
when
you
drive
to
avoid
completely discharging the Li-ion battery and
being unable to drive.
There are three methods available to charge the
Li-ion battery;
.
Normal charge
.
Trickle charge
.
Quick charge (if so equipped)
The time to completely charge the vehicle Li-ion
battery varies, based on the state of charge of
the Li-ion battery, condition and age of the Li-ion
battery, ambient temperature and condition of
the power source connected to the vehicle. The
charging
times
provided
in
this
manual
are
estimates only and may vary.
Normal charge
NISSAN recommends using normal charging for
usual charging of the vehicle. Use of quick
charge should be minimized in order to help
prolong Li-ion battery life.
Normal charging uses an SAE J1772 compliant
charging
device
that
can
be
installed
on
a
dedicated
220V/240V
circuit
in
your
home.
NISSAN recommends the installation of a home
charging
dock
by
a
licensed
professional
electrician.
NISSAN
has
contracted
with
a
company
to
assist
you
in
purchasing
and
installing
a
charger.
Contact
your
NISSAN
certified LEAF dealer.
It takes approximately 7 hours in order to charge
the Li-ion battery from discharged (low battery
charge warning light illuminated) to charged.
See “How to normal charge” later in this section.
Trickle charge
Trickle charging is not recommended for regular
use. Trickle charge can be used when it is
necessary to perform an emergency charge at a
destination such as a friend’s house.
Trickle charge uses the EVSE (Electric Vehicle
Supply Equipment) or an SAE J1772 compliant
cord set to connect the vehicle to an AC 110 -
120
volt,
15A
dedicated
outlet.
The
outlet
should
be
protected
by
a
dedicated
circuit
breaker or fuse to avoid overloading the circuit
or other electrical hazard.
It takes approximately 21 hours to charge the Li-
ion battery from discharged (low battery charge
warning light illuminated) to charged.
See “How to trickle charge” later in this section.
Quick charge (if so equipped)
Quick charge capability is only available on
vehicles manufactured with the quick charge
option, which includes the quick charge port. If
your vehicle does not have such a port, quick
charging cannot be used.
A vehicle equipped with a quick charge port is
compatible
with
most
CHAdeMO
(Japanese
industry
standard)
connectors
on
charging
stations. Charging stations using this standard
are UL certified and safe to use in the US. While
supported by NISSAN, this connector may not
become the US SAE standard.
NISSAN recommends that quick charging not
be performed more than once a day.
Public charging:
This
vehicle
is
compatible
with
any
public
charging station that is SAE J1772 compliant.
If you attempt to charge from a non-compliant
charging station, you may not receive a com-
plete charge, or you may not be able to charge
at all due to hardware and software differences.
NISSAN is working with state, municipalities
utility companies and others to assist in the
preparation of markets and infrastructure, but
makes no representations that public charging
stations will be available in locations where you
wish to operate the vehicle, nor can NISSAN
predict the period of time it may take for public
Charging
CH-7
HOW TO TRICKLE CHARGE
WARNING
.
If
you
use
any
medical
electric
devices,
such
as
an
implantable
cardiac pacemaker or an implanta-
ble
cardiovascular
defibrillator,
check with the electric medical de-
vice
manufacturer
concerning
the
effects that charging may have on
implanted
devices
before
starting
the
charge
operation.
Charging
may affect the operation.
.
If you have an implantable cardiac
pacemaker or an implantable cardi-
ovascular defibrillator, while the Li-
ion battery is charging:
— Do not stay inside the vehicle.
— Do not go inside the vehicle, for
example to remove or place an
item in the passenger compart-
ment.
— Do not open the rear hatch, for
example to remove or place an
item in the cargo area.
Charging may affect the operation
of electric medical device and result
in serious personal injury or death.
.
In order to avoid an electric shock or
fire due to a short circuit, connect to
GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter) cir-
cuit breaker and use a waterproof
electrical ground socket.
.
The NISSAN Genuine EVSE (Electric
Vehicle Supply Equipment) charging
device provided with your vehicle
draws
12amps
continuously
while
charging the Li-ion battery. Do not
plug in to any electrical circuit un-
less it is inspected by a licensed
electrician to confirm that the elec-
trical circuit can accept a 12 amp
draw.
Any
electrical
circuit
has
a
much
higher
likelihood
of
being
compromised in the following con-
ditions listed below.
— Improper use of the charger may
result in a fire and serious injury
or death.
— Do not use this charger in struc-
tures more than 40 years old.
— Do not use this charger in struc-
tures
using
fuse-based
circuit
protection. Use only with elec-
trical circuits protected by circuit
breakers.
— Do
not
use
this
charger
on
electrical circuits with two-prong
outlets.
— Do
not
use
charger
if
outlet
appears
damaged
or
will
not
hold plug firmly.
— Discontinue charger use imme-
diately if plug or outlet becomes
hot to the touch or if you notice
any unusual odors.
— Do
not
use
charger
if
other
devices
are
plugged
into
the
same circuit.
— Never
use
extension
cords
or
plug adapters with charger.
— Do not operate with a damaged
cord.
— Always unplug the charger when
not in use.
— When
unplugging,
be
sure
to
pull by the plug and not the cord.
— The device has parts that may
spark inside. Do not use it where
gasoline,
paint,
or
flammable
liquids are used or stored.
Charging
CH-11
1.
TRIP switch for twin trip odometer
2.
Trip computer switch
3.
Instrument brightness control switch
4.
Headlight, fog light* and turn signal switch
— Headlight
— Turn signal light
— Fog light*
5.
Steering-wheel-mounted controls (left side) (See
LEAF Navigation System Owner’s Manual.)
Driving range button
— Audio control
— Bluetooth
®
Hands-Free Phone System control
6.
Steering wheel
— Electric power steering system
— Horn
— Driver’s supplemental air bag
7.
Wiper and washer switch
8.
Steering-wheel-mounted controls (right side)
— Cruise control switches
9.
Fuse box cover
10. Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) OFF switch
11. Headlight aiming switch
12. Approaching Vehicle Sound for Pedestrians (VSP)
OFF switch
13. Immediate charge switch
14. Heated steering wheel switch*
15. Tilting steering wheel lever
16. Heated seat switch*
17. Selector lever
18. Electric parking brake
*:
if so equipped
Instruments and controls
2-3
COCKPIT
The power outlet is located in the instrument
panel.
CAUTION
.
The
outlet
and
plug
may
be
hot
during or immediately after use.
.
Do not use with accessories that
exceed a 12-volt, 120W (10A) power
draw. Do not use double adapters or
more than one electrical accessory.
.
Use the power outlet with the power
switch is in the ON or READY to
drive position to avoid discharging
the 12-volt battery.
.
Avoid using the power outlet when
the
air
conditioner,
headlights
or
rear window defroster are on.
.
This power outlet is not designed
for use with a cigarette lighter unit.
.
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.
.
Before inserting or disconnecting a
plug, make sure that the electrical
accessory being used is turned OFF.
.
When not in use, be sure to close
the
cap.
Do
not
allow
water
to
contact the outlet.
CUP HOLDERS
CAUTION
.
Avoid abrupt starting and braking
when the cup holder is being used
to prevent spilling the drink. If the
liquid is hot, it can scald you or your
passenger.
.
Use only soft cups in the cup holder.
Hard objects can injure you in an
accident.
Instruments and controls
2-49
POWER OUTLET
STORAGE
maintenance.
.
Park the vehicle on a level surface,
apply
the
parking
brake
securely
and chock the wheels to prevent
the vehicle from moving. Push the P
position switch on the selector lever
or
place
the
vehicle
into
the
N
(Neutral) position.
.
If
you
must
work
with
the
EV
(Electric vehicle) system is turned
on, keep hands, clothing, hair and
tools away from moving fans and
any other moving parts.
.
Make sure that the power switch is
in the OFF or LOCK position when
performing any part replacement or
repairs.
.
It is advisable to secure or remove
any loose clothing and remove any
jewelry, such as rings, watches, etc.
before working on your vehicle.
.
Always wear eye protection when-
ever you work on your vehicle.
.
Never get under the vehicle while it
is supported only by a jack. If it is
necessary to work under the vehicle,
support it with safety stands.
.
Keep
smoking
materials,
flames
and sparks away from the 12-volt
battery.
CAUTION
.
Do not work under the hood while
the motor compartment is hot. Push
the power switch in the OFF posi-
tion and wait until it cools down.
.
Avoid direct contact with used cool-
ant.
Improperly
disposed
coolant
and/or other vehicle fluids can da-
mage the environment. Always con-
form
to
local
regulations
for
the
disposal of vehicle fluids.
.
Never
connect
or
disconnect
the
battery or any transistorized com-
ponent while the power switch is in
the ON position.
.
Your vehicle is equipped with an
automatic cooling fan. It may come
on
at
any
time
without
warning,
even if the power switch is not in
the
ACC,
ON
or
READY
to
drive
position.
To
avoid
injury,
always
disconnect the negative 12-volt bat-
tery cable before working near the
fan.
.
Before
performing
any
electrical
maintenance work on the vehicle
such as the battery, fuses or bulb
replacement, confirm the following:
— The
charge
connector
is
re-
moved from the vehicle.
— The A/C-Heater Timer (Climate
Ctrl. Timer) and remote climate
control are not active or operat-
ing. See “A/C-Heater Timer (Cli-
mate Ctrl. Timer)” and “Remote
climate control” in the “4. Venti-
lators and climate control sys-
tems” section.
— The 12-volt battery is not being
charged
by
the
Li-ion
battery
and that all charging status in-
dicator lights are off, see “Char-
ging the 12-volt battery” in the
“EV.
Overview”
section
and
“Charging
status
indicator
lights”
in
the
“CH.
Charging”
section.
.
The
power
switch
is
in
the
OFF
position. Place the power switch in
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-5
8-6
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
the ON position and then in the OFF
position to prevent the 12-volt bat-
tery automatically being charged by
the
Li-ion
battery.
See
“Charging
the
12-volt
battery”
in
the
“EV.
Overview” section.
This “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section
gives instructions regarding only those items
that are relatively easy for an owner to perform.
A
genuine
NISSAN
Service
Manual
is
also
available. See “Owner’s Manual/Service Manual
order
information”
in
the
“9.
Technical
and
consumer information” section.
You
should
be
aware
that
incomplete
or
improper
servicing
may
result
in
operating
difficulties and could affect your warranty cover-
age.
If in doubt about any servicing, we
recommend that it be done by a NISSAN
certified LEAF dealer.
1.
Coolant tank cap
2.
Brake fluid reservoir
3.
12-volt battery
4.
Fuse/fusible link holder
5.
Window washer fluid reservoir
6.
Coolant reservoir
7.
Radiator
MOTOR COMPARTMENT CHECK
LOCATIONS
8-16
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
MOTOR COMPARTMENT
WARNING
.
Never touch, disassemble, remove
or
replace
the
high-voltage
parts
and cables, as well as their connec-
tors.
High-voltage
cables
are
co-
l o r e d
o r a n g e .
T o u c h i n g ,
disassembling, removing or repla-
cing
those
parts
and
cables
can
cause severe burns or electric shock
that may result in serious injury or
death.
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.
Confirm
that
the
power
switch
and
the
headlight switch are turned off.
2.
Open the hood.
3.
Remove the fuse/fusible link holder cover by
pushing the tab
*
1
and lifting the cover from
the right side
*
2
, and then the left side
*
3
.
4.
Locate the fuse that needs to be replaced.
5.
Remove
the
fuse
using
the
fuse
puller
located in the passenger compartment fuse
box.
6.
If the fuse is open
*
A
, replace it with a new
fuse
*
B
.
7.
If a new fuse also opens, have the electrical
system checked, and if necessary repaired,
by a NISSAN certified LEAF dealer.
FUSES
Fusible links
If any electrical equipment does not operate and
the fuses are in good
condition, check the
fusible links in the holders
*
1
,
*
2
and
*
3
. If any
of these fusible links are melted, replace only
with genuine NISSAN parts.
For checking and replacing the fusible links in
the holders
*
1
,
*
2
and
*
3
, contact a NISSAN
certified LEAF dealer.
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.
Make sure that the power switch and the
headlight switch are turned off.
2.
Insert a screwdriver wrapped with the cloth
*
C
into the slit
*
1
.
Use a cloth
*
C
to protect the fuse box
cover.
3.
Then pull to remove the fuse box cover
*
2
.
4.
Remove the fuse with the fuse puller
*
3
.
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-17
8-18
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
5.
If the fuse is open
*
A
, replace it with a new
fuse
*
B
.
6.
If a new fuse also opens, have the electrical
system checked, and if necessary repaired,
by a NISSAN certified LEAF dealer.
CAUTION
.
Be careful not to allow children to
swallow the battery and removed
parts.
.
An improperly disposed battery can
harm the environment. Always con-
firm
local
regulations
for
battery
disposal.
.
When changing batteries, do not let
dust or oil get on the components.
.
There is danger of explosion if the
lithium
battery
is
incorrectly
re-
placed. Replace only with the same
or equivalent type.
Replace the battery in the Intelligent Key as
follows:
1.
Remove the mechanical key from the In-
telligent Key.
2.
Insert a small screwdriver into the slit of the
corner and twist it to separate the upper part
from the lower part. Use a cloth to protect
INTELLIGENT KEY BATTERY
REPLACEMENT