Question about Nissan 300ZX
Well the trunk is electronic and seeing as the clock stopped working as well this leads me to believe that a fuse is blown. More than likely the Acc (accessory fuse) this fuse is located in 2 places.
1.) the kick panel under the driver side..
2.) the fuse box under the hood.
Dont worry the cover of both compartments have detailed diagrams showing where each fuse is. Now all you need to do is locate that fuse and replace it. Look for trunk, acc or accessory.
An alternative if the above isnt the problem is that the trunk is controlled electronically by a device called a regulator. There must have been some sort to cause both the regulator and clock to stop working,
You can gain access to the trunk (depending on the vehicle) by dropping the backseat. Then crawling inside. Now there should be a plastic cover covering the lock of the trunk if there is remove it. now you would notice a wire cable thingy, pull it to open the trunk. Replace the regulator and your set.. ps, The regulator is the plastic gun shaped thing with the wire sticking out of it.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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