Nissan Armada - 2018 Fuse Box Diagram

Nissan Armada - 2018 Fuse Box Diagram

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Illustrated table of contents
JVC1093X
1.
Side ventilator (P.4-33)
2.
Meters and gauges (P.2-5)
3.
Center ventilator (P.4-33)
4.
Center multi-function control panel (See
NissanConnect
SM
Owner’s Manual)
5.
Center
display
(See
NissanConnect
SM
Owner’s Manual)
— Intelligent Around View Monitor (if so
equipped) (P.4-10)
— RearView Monitor (if so equipped)
(P.4-3)
— Navigation system (if so equipped) (See
NissanConnect
SM
Owner’s Manual)
6.
Hazard warning flasher switch (P.6-2)
7.
Defroster switch (P.2-36)/Deicer switch (if
so equipped) (P.2-36)
8.
Front passenger supplemental air bag
(P.1-54)
9.
Fuse box (P.8-20)
10.
Parking brake (P.5-22)
11.
Hood release handle (P.3-21)
12.
Steering wheel
— Horn (P.2-43)
— Driver supplemental air bag (P.1-54)
— Power steering (P.5-137)
13.
Push-button ignition switch (P.5-13)
14.
Climate
controlled
seat
switch
(if
so
equipped) (P.2-45)/Heated seat switch (if
so equipped) (P.2-43)
15.
Front passenger air bag status light
(P.1-62)
16.
Power outlet (P.2-48)
17.
USB
connection
port
(See
NissanCon-
nect
SM
Owner’s Manual)
18.
Cup holder (P.2-51)/Tray (P.2-55)
19.
Heater and air conditioner (P.4-34)
20.
Audio
system
(See
NissanConnect
SM
Owner’s Manual)
21.
Glove box (P.2-53)
INSTRUMENT PANEL
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Illustrated table of contents
JVC0965X
VK56VD ENGINE
1.
Window washer fluid reservoir (P.8-10)
2.
Fuse/fusible link holder (P.8-18)
3.
Engine oil dipstick (P.8-6)
4.
Power steering fluid reservoir (P.8-8)
5.
Engine oil filler cap (P.8-6)
6.
Brake fluid reservoir (P.8-9)
7.
Fuse/fusible link holder (P.8-18)
8.
Battery (P.8-11)
9.
Radiator filler cap (P.8-4)
10.
Engine coolant reservoir (P.8-4)
11.
Drive belts (P.8-13)
12.
Air cleaner (P.8-15)
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
2-4
Instruments and controls
JVC1093X
1.
Side ventilator
2.
Meters and gauges
3.
Center ventilator
4.
Center multi-function control panel
5.
Center display
— Intelligent Around View Monitor (if so
equipped)
— RearView Monitor (if so equipped)
— Navigation system (if so equipped)
6.
Hazard warning flasher switch
7.
Defroster
switch/Deicer
switch
(if
so
equipped)
8.
Front passenger supplemental air bag
9.
Fuse box
10.
Parking brake
11.
Hood release handle
12.
Steering wheel
— Horn
— Driver supplemental air bag
— Power steering
13.
Push-button ignition switch
14.
Climate
controlled
seat
switch
(if
so
equipped)/Heated
seat
switch
(if
so
equipped)
15.
Front passenger air bag status light
16.
Power outlet
17.
USB connection port
18.
Cup holder/Tray
19.
Heater and air conditioner
20.
Audio system
21.
Glove box
INSTRUMENT PANEL
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Instruments and controls
ing with under-inflated tires may
permanently
damage
the
tires
and increase the likelihood of tire
failure.
Serious
vehicle
damage
could occur and may lead to an
accident and could result in ser-
ious
personal
injury.
Check
the
tire
pressure
for
all
four
tires.
Adjust
the
tire
pressure
to
the
recommended COLD tire pressure
shown on the Tire and Loading
Information label to turn the low
tire pressure warning light OFF. If
the
light
still
illuminates
while
driving
after
adjusting
the
tire
pressure, a tire may be flat or
the TPMS may be malfunctioning.
If you have a flat tire, replace it
with
a
spare
tire
as
soon
as
possible. If no tire is flat and all
tires
are
properly
inflated,
it
is
recommended
you
consult
a
NISSAN dealer.
.
Since
the
spare
tire
is
not
equipped with the TPMS, when a
spare tire is mounted or a wheel
is
replaced,
the
TPMS
will
not
function and the low tire pressure
warning
light
will
flash
for
ap-
proximately 1 minute. The light
will
remain
on
after
1
minute.
Have your tires replaced and/or
TPMS system reset as soon as
possible. It is recommended you
visit a
NISSAN dealer for these
services.
.
Replacing
tires
with
those
not
originally
specified
by
NISSAN
could affect the proper operation
of the TPMS.
CAUTION
.
The TPMS is not a substitute for
the regular tire pressure check.
Be sure to check the tire pressure
regularly.
.
If the vehicle is being driven at
speeds of less than 16 MPH (25
km/h), the TPMS may not operate
correctly.
.
Be sure
to install
the specified
size of tires to the four wheels
correctly.
Master warning light
When the ignition switch is in the ON
position, the master warning light illumi-
nates if any of the following are displayed
on the vehicle information display:
.
No key warning
.
Low fuel warning
.
Low washer fluid warning
.
Parking brake release warning
.
Door/liftgate open warning
.
Front radar obstruction warning (if so
equipped)
.
Headlight warning
.
Loose fuel cap warning
.
Check tire pressure warning
.
Intelligent Back-up Intervention (I-BI)
not available warning (if so equipped)
.
Intelligent Back-up Intervention (I-BI)
malfunction warning (if so equipped)
.
Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)
system warning (if so equipped)
.
Extended storage fuse warning (if so
equipped)
See “Vehicle information display” (P.2-21).
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Instruments and controls
8. Parking brake release warning
This warning appears when the vehicle
speed is above 4 MPH (7 km/h) and the
parking brake is applied.
9. Low fuel warning
This warning appears when the fuel level
in the tank is getting low. Refuel as soon
as it is convenient, preferably before the
fuel gauge reaches the 0 (Empty) position.
There is a small reserve of fuel remain-
ing in the tank when the fuel gauge
reaches the 0 (Empty) position.
10. Low washer fluid warning
This warning appears when the washer
tank fluid is at a low level. Add washer
fluid as necessary. (See “Window washer
fluid” (P.8-10).)
11. Door/liftgate open warning
(ignition switch is in the ON posi-
tion)
This warning appears if any of the doors
and/or the liftgate are open or not closed
securely. The vehicle icon indicates which
door or the liftgate is open on the display.
12. Loose fuel cap warning
This warning appears when the fuel-filler
cap is not tightened correctly after the
vehicle has been refueled. (See “Fuel-filler
cap” (P.3-27).)
13. Check tire pressure warning
This warning appears when the low tire
pressure
warning
light
in
the
meter
illuminates and low tire pressure is de-
tected. The warning appears each time
the ignition switch is placed in the ON
position as long as the low tire pressure
warning light remains illuminated. If this
warning appears, stop the vehicle and
adjust the tire pressure to the recom-
mended COLD tire pressure shown on the
Tire and Loading Information label. (See
“Low tire pressure warning light” (P.2-15)
and
“Tire
Pressure
Monitoring
System
(TPMS)” (P.5-5).)
14. Extended storage fuse warning
(if so equipped)
This warning may appear if the extended
storage
fuse
switch
is
not
pushed
in
(switched
on).
When
this
warning
ap-
pears, push in (switch on) the extended
storage fuse switch to turn off the warn-
ing. For more information, see “Extended
storage fuse switch” (P.8-21).
15. Intelligent Back-up Intervention
(I-BI) not available warning (if so
equipped)
This warning appears when the Intelli-
gent Back-up Intervention (I-BI) system is
temporarily not available.
For more details, see “Intelligent Back-up
Intervention (I-BI)” (P.5-57).
16. Intelligent Back-up Intervention
(I-BI) malfunction warning (if so
equipped)
This warning appears when the Intelli-
gent Back-up Intervention (I-BI) system is
not functioning properly.
For more details, see “Intelligent Back-up
Intervention (I-BI)” (P.5-57).
17. Headlight warning
This warning appears if the LED head-
lights
are
malfunctioning.
It
is
recom-
mended you have the system checked
by a NISSAN dealer.
18. Front radar obstruction warning
(if so equipped)
This warning appears when the sensor
area of the front bumper is covered with
dirt or is obstructed, making it impossible
to detect a vehicle ahead.
The following systems will be automati-
SIC4391
Luggage room
Type A (if so equipped)
The power outlet is used for powering
electrical
accessories
such
as
cellular
telephones.
CAUTION
.
The outlet and plug may be hot
during or immediately after use.
.
Do not use with accessories that
exceed a combined power draw
of 12 volts, 120W (10A) for all the
power outlets. Do not use double
adapters or more than one elec-
trical accessory.
.
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
temperature
fuse
may
blow.
SIC2648
Main switch
Type B (if so equipped)
The power outlet (plug type) is located on
the back side of the front console. It can
operate when the ignition switch in the
ON position and the main switch (located
in the console box) is ON.
The specification of this power outlet is
for use of a 120 volt, 150W (1.25A) power
draw.
To turn on or off the power supply to the
outlet, push the ON
or OFF
side of the
main switch. When the switch is turned to
the ON position, the indicator light
will
illuminate.
Instruments and controls
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switch in the LOCK position.
The driver’s seat and steering wheel will
return to the previous positions when the
ignition
switch
is
pushed
to
the
ACC
position.
The driver’s seat will not return to the
previous positions if the seat or steering
adjusting switch is operated when the
seat is at the exit position.
Cancel or activate entry/exit func-
tion
The shift lever must be in the P (Park)
position with the ignition switch in the
OFF position.
The entry/exit function can be activated
or canceled by pressing and holding the
SET switch for more than 10 seconds.
The entry/exit function can also be acti-
vated
or
canceled
if
the
“Lift
Steering
Wheel on Exit” key or “Slide Driver Seat
Back on Exit” key is turned to ON or OFF in
the Vehicle settings on the center display.
(See NissanConnect
SM
Owner’s Manual.)
Initialize entry/exit function
If the battery cable is disconnected, or if
the fuse opens, the entry/exit function
will not work though this function was set
on before. In such a case, after connect-
ing the battery or replacing with a new
fuse, open and close the driver’s door
more than two times after the ignition
switch is turned from the ON position to
the LOCK position. The entry/exit func-
tion will be activated.
MEMORY STORAGE
Two positions for the driver’s seat, steer-
ing column and outside mirrors can be
stored in the automatic drive positioner
memory. Follow these procedures to use
the memory system.
1.
Move the shift lever to the P (Park)
position.
2.
Adjust the driver’s seat, steering col-
umn and outside mirrors to the de-
sired positions by manually operating
each adjusting switch. For additional
information,
see
“Seats”
(P.1-3)
and
“Tilt/telescopic steering” (P.3-29) and
“Outside mirrors” (P.3-38).
3.
Push
the
SET
switch
and,
within
5
seconds, push the memory switch (1
or 2) fully for at least 1 second.
The
indicator
light
for
the
pushed
memory switch will stay on for ap-
proximately 5 seconds after pushing
the switch.
When the memory is stored in the
memory switch (1 or 2), a buzzer will
sound.
If
memory
is
stored
in
the
same
memory switch, the previous memory
will be deleted.
Linking Intelligent Key to a stored
memory position
The Intelligent Key can be linked to a
stored memory position with the follow-
ing procedure.
1.
Follow the steps for storing a memory
position.
2.
While the indicator light for the mem-
ory switch being set is illuminated for
5 seconds, push the
button on the
Intelligent Key. If the indicator light
blinks, the Intelligent Key is linked to
that memory setting.
Push
the
ignition
switch
to
the
OFF
position, and then push the
button
on the Intelligent Key. The driver’s seat,
steering wheel and outside mirrors will
move to the memorized position.
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
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Pre-driving checks and adjustments
Confirming memory storage
.
Push the ignition switch to the ON
position and push the SET switch. If
the
main
memory
has
not
been
stored, the indicator light will come
on
for
approximately
0.5
second.
When the memory has stored in posi-
tion, the indicator light will stay on for
approximately 5 seconds.
.
If the battery cable is disconnected, or
if the fuse opens, the memory will be
canceled. In this case, reset the de-
sired position using the previous pro-
cedure.
.
If optional Intelligent Keys are added
to your vehicle, the memory storage
procedure to switch 1 or 2 and linking
Intelligent Key procedure to a stored
memory
position
should
be
per-
formed again for each Intelligent Key.
For additional Intelligent Key informa-
tion, see “Keys” (P.3-2).
Selecting the memorized position
1.
Move the shift lever to the P (Park)
position.
2.
Use one of the following methods to
move
the
driver’s
seat,
the
outside
mirrors and the steering wheel.
.
Push the memory switch (1 or 2)
fully for at least 1 second.
The driver’s seat, steering column and
outside
mirrors
will
move
to
the
memorized
position
or
to
the
exit
position when the entry/exit function
is set to active with the indicator light
flashing, and then the light will stay on
for approximately 5 seconds.
SETTING MEMORY FUNCTION
The status of the following settings can
be linked to the Intelligent Key and the
memorized settings can be available for
each Intelligent Key.
.
Air conditioner system
.
Navigation system (if so equipped)
.
Audio system
To use the memory function, lock the
doors
with
the
Intelligent
Key
that
is
linked to the settings.
To enable the memorized settings:
1.
Carry the Intelligent Key that is linked
to the settings, and unlock the doors
by pushing the driver’s door handle
request switch or “UNLOCK”
but-
ton on the Intelligent Key.
2.
Place the ignition switch in the ON
position. “Connection with the key has
been done” will be displayed on the
screen and the memorized settings
are available (only when a new Intel-
ligent Key is used).
SYSTEM OPERATION
The
automatic
drive
positioner
system
will not work or will stop operating under
the following conditions:
.
When the vehicle speed is above 0
MPH (0 km/h) or 4 MPH (7 km/h) for
some limited functions such linking an
Intelligent Key to the vehicle when the
power source is turned on from off or
during the Exit function.
.
When any of the memory switches are
pushed
while
the
automatic
drive
positioner is operating.
.
When
the
adjusting
switch
for
the
driver’s seat and steering column is
turned on while the automatic drive
positioner is operating.
.
When
the
seat
has
already
been
moved to the memorized position.
.
When no seat position is stored in the
memory switch.
.
When the shift lever is moved from the
P (Park) position to any other position.
could affect your warranty coverage.
If in
doubt about any servicing, it is recom-
mended you have it done by a NISSAN
dealer.
JVC0965X
VK56VD ENGINE
1.
Window washer fluid reservoir
2.
Fuse/fusible link holder
3.
Engine oil dipstick
4.
Power steering fluid reservoir
5.
Engine oil filler cap
6.
Brake fluid reservoir
7.
Fuse/fusible link holder
8.
Battery
9.
Radiator filler cap
10.
Engine coolant reservoir
11.
Drive belts
12.
Air cleaner
Do-it-yourself
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ENGINE COMPARTMENT CHECK LOCATIONS
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Do-it-yourself
each
depression
as
the
hydraulic
pressure decreases.
If the brakes do not operate properly,
have the brakes checked. It is recom-
mended that you visit a NISSAN dealer for
repair.
SDI2518
SDI2532
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
WARNING
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
electronic control units or cause a
fire.
If
any
electrical
equipment
does
not
operate, check for an open fuse.
1.
Be sure the ignition switch is pushed
to the OFF or LOCK position and the
headlight switch is turned to OFF.
2.
Open the engine hood and remove
the cover on the battery.
3.
Remove the fuse/fusible link holder
cover
,
or
.
4.
Remove the fuse with the fuse puller.
FUSES
SDI1753
Type A (if so equipped)
SDI1754
Type B (if so equipped)
5.
If the fuse is open
, replace it with a
new fuse
. Spare fuses are stored in
the passenger compartment fuse box.
6.
If a new fuse also opens, have the
electrical
system
checked
and
re-
paired. It is recommended you visit a
NISSAN dealer for this service.
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.
Do-it-yourself
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Do-it-yourself
JVM0200X
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
WARNING
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
electronic control units or cause a
fire.
If
any
electrical
equipment
does
not
operate, check for an open fuse.
1.
Be sure the ignition switch is pushed
to the OFF or LOCK position and the
headlight switch is turned to OFF.
2.
Open the fuse box lid.
3.
Remove the fuse with the fuse puller
.
SDI1754
4.
If the fuse is open, replace it with a
new fuse.
5.
If a new fuse also opens, have the
electrical
system
checked
and
re-
paired. It is recommended you visit a
NISSAN dealer for this service. Spare
fuses are stored in the fuse box.
SDI2704
Extended storage fuse switch (if so
equipped)
To reduce battery drain, the extended
storage
fuse
switch
comes
from
the
factory switched off. Prior to delivery of
your
vehicle,
the
switch
is
pushed
in
(switched on) and should always remain
on.
If the extended storage fuse switch is not
pushed in (switched on), the “SHIPPING
MODE ON, PUSH STORAGE FUSE” warning
may appear on the vehicle information
display
(if
so
equipped).
See
“Vehicle
information display” (P.2-21).
If
any
electrical
equipment
does
not
operate,
remove
the
extended
storage
fuse switch and check for an open fuse.
NOTE:
If
the
extended
storage
fuse
switch
malfunctions or if the fuse is open, it is
not necessary to replace the switch. In
this case, remove the extended storage
fuse switch and replace it with a new
fuse of the same rating.
How to remove the extended storage
fuse switch:
1.
To remove the extended storage fuse
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
found on
each side of the storage fuse switch.
5.
Pull the storage fuse switch straight
out from the fuse box
.
CAUTION
Be careful not to allow children to
swallow
the
battery
and
removed
parts.
Do-it-yourself
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INTELLIGENT KEY BATTERY REPLACEMENT