Question about Nissan Sentra
Your right about relays and staying on. But you did'nt say anything about the car or truck you own. Nissan has made alot of cars and trucks that were sold in the United States, and most of the other countries in the world and for many years. And many models are built with different motors and options and built differently still for differentluy for different coutries and even differeent states in the USA. In ganeral after its been sitting turned off for awhile check in the underhood fuse realy box for relays or fuses a that are hot to the touch. watching the assory that is still on pull the hot relay and if it stops working yoyu found the right relay anyway. Many Nissans have many relay banks both under the hood and in the dash. Most cars and trucks you disconnect one Battery cable and put a light bulb between the battery cable and the battery. If the light lights brightly thiers a draw. Checking the light you installed pull fuses and relays one at a time to see the effect on the light. If no effect put it back in and go to the next one. Once you found whats staying on find out ( by working the offending part) what is supposed to turn it off ( relay. switch. ) and see what it takes to turn it off correctly. Most all cars have a slight draw to keep radio memery and computer memery but a light buld will only light dimly if it's normal.
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
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