Question about Nissan Almera
I have a 2004 Nissan almera 5 door hatch back, the wiring loom connecter harness that connects to the Wiper washer stalk. to The connector i am referring to the is on the multifunctional stalk (windscreen wiper side) on the dash which incorporates the front and rear washer and wipers controls, (near the ignition/starter). the wires have become messed up can you tell me the order the wires goes back in the connecter There are ten (10) wires.:- 1 Orange (thick type) 1 Green /Black (thick type) 1 Green/Red (thick type) 2 Black (thinner type) 1 Pink (thinner Type)) 1 Light Blue (thinner type) 1 Blue/yellow (thinner type) 1 Blue may have a slight hint of yellow (thinner type) 1 Green (thinner Set type) These are the wires going into the harness plug connecter that have become upset
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look on the relay for the terminal numbers.
Terminal 30 goes to the battery positive.Red Wire
The two terminal 87 go to the fog lights.Black Wires
Match the color wire with what you have on the relay connection for the rest of the wires.
Terminal 86 should connect to your low beam headlight.
Terminal 85 should go to the fog light switch.
The fog light switch should connect to the terminal 85 and the other terminal on the switch will connect to ground.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
SOURCE: My 2002 Hyundai Accent GS
I may be able to figure it out but with the haynes not showing the codes which they will usually show the options for all models,I am not sure but will try.If you have a more basic model,not "loaded",the gray/black wire could be for a more loaded model which has a motor driven hatchback so I would like to know if yours is or not.Manufacturers commonly make a 'universal' wire harness,but depending on the model may not use it.You may have also seen it in fuse boxes where there are empty slots because the system they are for is not on your car.
The green orange may be the return for the first wire.If there is any way you could send me a picture of the diagram it would be helpful.There are a couple ways to do it without taking out the page.If you have a digital camera,take somewhat close-up pictures,at least so I can read the letters,maybe 4 or 6 sections,or just the particular section you are referring to.You can use a cell phone,it will be a little tougher,but you can TEXT the images to my email.Either way it is gmccarthy 86 hotmail com.If you are in the USA and want to chat,let me know and I'll send you my # as I do not have free long distance,hopefully you do.Good luck! Greg I'll be here all night EST.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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