Question about 2005 Nissan Armada
Heated seats do not heat. Light on both driver and passenger switches light up, I checked fuse and it is good. I was going to check the relay but I don't know where it is or how to get to it. Anything else it could be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Brake light driver side and
Hi, based on your posted question, this could be a bad wire or also a bad connection from the corrosion inside the socket that the bulb fits into. Check it out first and clean any that is there by gently scratching it off. One of the socket might also be bad and that may keep both break light from working.
Also do research by tracing the wire connection since the fuse is in good condition because it can be the source of the problem
- Damaged or burnt wiring - Bad or corroded earth connection in the brake lamp cluster - Failed bulbs. (although it's unlikely that all your brake lights have blown)
You can use a meter and a volunteer to check that power is reaching the bulb holder. If power is reaching the bulbs and they are working, then a bad earth connection may be the cause. Corrosion around the lamp cluster is a common cause of this. There may be problems with the other lights if the vehicle has a shared lamp cluster At any rate, it wouldn't do any harm to let a vehicle electrician take a look
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
Gave you a picture below of part of the wiring diagram to the fuse panel and it has the wire colors as well. I could only give you that much because I can't post any pictures to large (size wise in computer size) so thats the best i could do for right now. It does look as if there may be a fuseable link in 2 places maybe more but i just took a quick look. If you need anymore digrams you can email me at email@example.com with detailed info so I can send you the correct stuff. I doubt it's the ignition switch myself. i think you are looking at a wiring problem and i've only been doing this or 25+ years. Bet your kicking yourself for spending the money on the ECU. Sorry had to throw that in. Anyway i hope this helps you and good luck and feel free to write if needed.
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
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