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Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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Nissans are a very picky breed. Any relays that deal with the wipers are located in a bax Nissan calls a intelligent power distribution module engine room which is located under the hood on the passenger side in the front/side. I'm not quite sure what your problem is as everything kind of works through the body control module which sends ground and power signals to that box. What I did is copy a description of how the system works. It tells you sone fuses to check. If it is either the low or high speed relays, they cannot be replaced and the whole box has to be replaced but in most cases you are lookibng at a power or ground problem from the body control module or you have a blown fuse in that box which the desciption tells you which one in that box plus there is a fuse in you passenger compartment fuse panel as well as another fuse in the fuse panel under the hood. Yes it is a little confusing because a computer basically controls everythign. If you have any questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and be detailed so I send you the right stuff. As you may be able to tell I work on Nissan for a living. I know quite a bit but not all and never will but will help the best I can. hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
There is a special procedure involved in keying your fob to your car once the battery has been changed. You must lock and open the door with your key. Turn the ignition to "on"(not start) then push the fob's open and close button, then shut off ignition. This procedure is done everything the key battery is changed. Hope this can help you!
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