Most electrical circuits are protected by fuses

Powerful consumers (rear window heating element, heater fan, engine cooling fan, air conditioning and others) are connected via a relay.

All relays (except for the heated rear window relay), power fuses and fuses for the engine management system are installed in the relay and fuse mounting block located in the engine compartment on the left, behind the battery.

The rest of the fuses are located in the fuse mounting block installed in the passenger compartment at the left end of the instrument panel.

The relay for turning on the heated rear window is installed on the cross member under the instrument panel.

If a fuse or relay is blown, you need to determine the cause of the burnout, only after the cause of the blowout has been eliminated, you can install the fuse or relay.

Relay and fuse box in engine compartment: F1-F9 - fuses; K1-K8 - relay

To replace the fuses of the mounting block in the engine compartment, disconnect the negative battery terminal

Replacing fuses and relays Nissan Almera

We press the three latches of the cover of the mounting block

Replacing fuses and relays Nissan Almera

Remove the cover.

A faulty fuse is determined by a blown jumper.

Replacing fuses and relays Nissan Almera

Retrieve small fuses with tweezers

Replacing fuses and relays Nissan Almera

Large fuses can be removed by hand.

Replacing fuses and relays Nissan Almera

In the same way, we remove the relay from the mounting block

Inside car fuse box

To access the fuse mounting block in the passenger compartment, pry off the cover of the block with your finger and, overcoming the resistance of the latches, remove the cover.

Replacing fuses and relays Nissan Almera

Remove the fuses from the block using tweezers.

Install new fuses and relays in reverse order.

Fuses in the passenger compartment

No. (current A) - Protected circuits

F01 (20) - Windshield wipers, rear window heating relay windings, switching unit

F02 (5) - Power supply of the instrument cluster, fuel pump relay windings and ignition coils, power supply

F03 (10) - Brake light circuits

F04 (10) - Direction indicators, diagnostic connector of the engine management system, immobilizer coil, switching unit

F06 (5) - Automatic transmission control unit circuit

F07 (10) - Reverse lamp circuits

F09 (10) - Dipped beam lamps of the left headlight, low beam signaling device in the instrument cluster

F10 (10) - Right headlight low beam lamp circuit

F11 (10) - High beam lamps of the left headlight, high beam signaling device in the instrument cluster

F12 (10) - High beam lamp circuit of the right headlight

F13 (30) - Front electric window circuits

F14 (30) - Rear electric window circuits

F15 (10) - ABS control unit circuit

F16 (15) - Seat heating for driver and front passenger

F17 (15) - Horn circuit

F18 (10) - Gauge lamps headlamp, left headlight, left tail lamp, license plate lamp

F19 (10) - Circuits: side light bulbs of the right headlight, side light bulbs of the right rear light, glove box lamp, illumination of the instrument cluster and controls, buzzer of the switching unit

F20 (7,5) - Circuits: lamp and rear fog lamp indicator

F21 (10) - Heated exterior mirror circuits

F23 (20) - Trailer electrical equipment

F26 (5) - Airbag control unit circuit

F27 (20) - Windshield washer circuit

F28 (30) - Heated rear window and door mirror circuit

F32 (15) - Circuits: interior dome light bulbs, trunk light bulbs, head unit constant power, instrument cluster

F33 (15) - Circuits: alarm, turn signal switch, intermittent windshield wiper, central locking control, engine management system diagnostic connector, switching unit

F34 (20) - Circuits: central locking, switching unit

F35 (15) - Fog lamp circuit

F36 (30) - Heater fan relay power circuit

F37 (5) - Exterior mirror electric circuits

F38 (15) - Circuits: cigarette lighter, radio power supply from the ignition switch

F39 (10) - Heater fan relay winding circuit

Fuses and relays of the mounting block in the engine compartment

No. (current) Circuit

F1 Not used

F2(5) Engine management ECU: main engine management relay coils

F3(25) Power circuits: fuel pump relay and ignition coils; main relay of the engine management system

F4(30) Cooling fan relay power circuit (non-air-conditioned car)

F5(40) Main Circuits: A/C Relay, Cooling Fan Low Speed Relay (A/C Car), Cooling Fan High Speed Relay (A/C Car)

F6(25) and F7(50) ABS circuits

F8(60) Circuits: power supply to all consumers, from the ignition switch, left-hand stalk

F9(60) Passenger compartment fuse box power supply circuit

Relay

K1 Cooling fan high speed relay (for cars with air conditioning). Cooling fan motor

K2 Air conditioning relay. Air conditioning compressor electromagnetic clutch.

K3 Cooling fan low speed relay (for cars with air conditioning) or cooling fan relay (for cars without air conditioning). Cooling fan motor (on a car with air conditioning - through a resistor)

K4 Fuel pump and ignition coil relay (fuel pump and ignition coils)

K5 Main relay of the engine management system (oxygen concentration sensors (heating circuit), fuel injectors, canister purge valve, relay coils K1, K2, K3, engine management ECU)

K6 Cigarette lighter relay

K7 Fog lamp relay (fog lamps)

K8 Heater fan relay (heater fan motor)

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