The video above shows how to check and change blown fuses in the engine bay of your 2008 Nissan 350Z in addition to where the fuse box diagram is located. If it was an earth you would see them go on and off repeatedly. The black box in front of the battery can be lifted out of the way by pressing on the plastic catch in the front of the box to loosen it from the metal flange that it is attached to. So I can't test it to see if this is my problem. Troubleshooting the electronic ballast module is similar to that of a switchmode power supply. Your owners manual will show the location of the fuse. I know for a fact it will go a little past 160mph.
These may not be pins but these are the numbers for whatever the connector actually is. Thus, the only safe way to work with these is to assume that they are potentially lethal and treat them with respect. All fuses checked, i have also checked and there is a live going to the small black box that fits to the back of the bulb. Thus, the only safe way to work with these is to assume that they are potentially lethal and treat them with respect. Can anyone give me some pointers or maybe you know which relay I need to replace. Then read up on it in the trouble shooting section or the step by step replacement section. However there is no live coming out of the box not sure what this box is.
I get no reading from either black box but there are 3 wires going to it and they are the same both sides but again they are very strange readings. Not an auto repair expert? Once it achieve this the voltage to maintain the arc is relatively low. Jiggle the metal bar over the top of the battery to unhook the back hook from its bottom anchor. All the plastic that cover the battery, the ac entrance, and da fuse box needs to be remove. You can purchase these at your local Auto Parts store or buy them on line at ebay burdfrenzy Hi there, Best thing to do is buy a Haynes or Clinton's repair shop manual for your particular vehicle. I removed the relay and check the slots they go in and I have two spots receiving voltage.
Okay, I got the fuse and replaced it. Each of these has a small black plastic circular flat topped center peg inside a larger plastic circular disk which has 4 slots under which you can slide the screwdriver to pop up the center peg. Troubleshooting the electronic ballast module is similar to that of a switchmode power supply. I did look under the hood at the fusebox and noticed that there is one spot not filled. The nut is removed and the long bolt is slid out of the holder and then unhooked from it's bottom anchor.
The side that gives you continuity assuming the solinoids are ok is the low side of the fuse you want the other side to check for 12 volts and the fuses are probably orientated the same. It's not like it's a regular wear and tear item. There is usually little need to probe a live fixture. Most problems can be identified by inspection or with an ohmmeter or continuity tester when unplugged. I have to use the manual button on the dash to get them up and they won't go back down until I first hit the manual button and then turn the key off. It's a safety item that shouldn't fail like this, right? So now if you pull the fuses and they look ok you should be able to put a meter on the high side of the fuse and since this is connected to the relays which are connected to the battery you should be able to pick up a 12 volt reading with the headlights on and the high beams on as indicated on the unified meter on all 4 fuses just make sure you are on the high side of the fuses. I'm pretty sure it's on of the relays but not sure which one.
Headlight fuses for a 2001 Nissan Pathfinder are located in the engine compartment on the passenger side right behind the battery. You need to take off the battery cover and remove the 5 plastic retaining push bolts using a flat bladed s … crew driver - lever up the middle part and the the whole thing pushes out. But as previously stated nothing happens with the headlights. Look for the fusebox there. Does it change if you select high beam? You can purchase these at your local Auto Parts store or buy them on line at ebay burdfrenzy Posted on Oct 16, 2009 Hi there, Best thing to do is buy a Haynes or Clinton's repair shop manual for your particular vehicle.
Some Nissans have multiple fuse boxes in the engine bay, so be sure to find the fuse s in question. When the peg pops up simply slide the screwdriver under the larger disk to remove the assembly and loosen that site of fixation. It's not like it's a regular wear and tear item. The metal battery holder is removed with the 10 mm wrench. Well the readings im getting are very strange but they are the same both sides. Once removed take off the plastic surround.
That could be the fault on your lamp. Try tapping on the relay, if it is stuck it might start working. For more information go to. Try tapping on the relay, if it is stuck it might start working. Some components may have multiple fuses, so make sure you check all of the fuses that are linked to the component that is no longer working properly. The metal battery holder is removed with the 10 mm wrench. Im so confused really think its this black box as my headlight was full of condensation and it would have been exposed.
It may be necessary to lift the plastic over the back of the battery gently and lift out the soft clear plastic washer fluid tube from its guides to get at the back hook. Next take out the remaining two push bolts - one on the left and one on the right. Okay, I got the fuse and replaced it. When all five fasteners are out you can remove the entire compartment cover. Hi there, Best thing to do is buy a Haynes or Clinton's repair shop manual for your particular vehicle. All fuses checked, i have also checked and there is a live going to the small black box that fits to the back of the bulb. The nut is removed and the long bolt is slid out of the holder and then unhooked from it's bottom anchor.