Question about 2000 Nissan Quest
The front driver headlight sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. I noticed moisture in the casing of the headlight.
Now, I am having the same problem on the passenger side. I notice that when either or light doesn't work, the blue light on the dashboard illuminates. Please let me know where to start checking. Thank you.
Check the dimmer wheel or knob. I do not have the specifics for this model just a general idea. Check fuses first with a test light. Let me know if I can help more. Thanks.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
There may be a seperate fuse for that feature. The thing to try is find the fuse box. It is generally under the left hand side of the dash on thedriverside butthey have been known in some vehicles to be on the right hand side under the dash and even inside the glove compartment. There are some models that setup the fuse box under the hood as well. If you have an operating manual with your vehicle then the fuse box will be located in there.
Once you find the fuse box then try thist rick.
Locate instrument panel fuse. In this case there should be two with instrument panel listed but if not then it may be all in one fuse. What I woulddo is just turn thekey on so the lights you want off are shinning on so you can see them. Then one by one pull a fuse. If thelight stays on then replace the fuse back in the same spot you took it out of, Continue doing this one fuse at a time and replacing it back in the same spot until the dash lights go out. Then see what the fuse box says about that certain fuse and what all it operates. It may be that you can not disable the dash lights this way without disabling something else you need such as a blinker or heater or radio, but what I am hoping is it has its own seperate fuse. If you arenot sure what it operates by what it says onthe fuse box then once the fuse is out start the car and check all of your other lights including brake lights and blinkers and of course thedash lights that work when your head lights are on. Check all of yourother switch operated devices like the radio and windsheild wipers and heater. Anything that has a switch you can test. Remeber that you may have pulled the fuse that operates the dashlights but there still may be another fuse that operates the dashlights you want disabled, so if the fuse you puilled disabled stuff youneed then replace thefuse and keep pulling more until the dashlights go out again or you run out of fuses to pull. Remeber to turn the headlights back off while you arepulling more fuses. I hope this was helpful, Raz
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
Testimonial: "That's a great approach. However, my Versa has a minimal number of multi-purpose fuses - none of which refer to the dash cluster. Thanks, anyways!"
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