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K ELECTRICAL

SECTION

POWER SUPPLY, GROUND & CIRCUIT ELEMENTS

CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS ..................................................... ..... 3 Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) AIR BAG and SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER ............................................................. ..... 3 Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis ............. ..... 3 POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT ................. ..... 4 Schematic ........................................................... ..... 4 Wiring Diagram POWER ............................ ..... 6 BATTERY POWER SUPPLY IGNITION SW. IN ANY POSITION ........................................... ..... 6 ACCESSORY POWER SUPPLY IGNITION SW. IN ACC OR ON ......................................... ... 10 IGNITION POWER SUPPLY IGNITION SW. IN ON ............................................................... ....11 IGNITION POWER SUPPLY IGNITION SW. IN ON AND/OR START .................................... ... 12 IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM) ................................... ... 15 System Description ............................................. ... 15 SYSTEMS CONTROLLED BY IPDM E/R ........ ... 15 CAN COMMUNICATION LINE CONTROL ...... ... 15 IPDM E/R STATUS CONTROL ........................ ... 16 CAN Communication System Description ........... ... 16 Function of Detecting Ignition Relay Malfunction ... 16 CONSULT-II Function ......................................... ... 17 CONSULT-II BASIC OPERATION ................... ... 17 SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS ....................... ... 18 DATA MONITOR .............................................. ... 18 ACTIVE TEST .................................................. ... 20 Auto Active Test .................................................. ... 21 DESCRIPTION ................................................. ... 21 OPERATION PROCEDURE ............................ ... 21 INSPECTION IN AUTO ACTIVE TEST MODE ... 21 Schematic ........................................................... ... 23 IPDM E/R Terminal Arrangement ........................ ... 24 IPDM E/R Power/Ground Circuit Inspection ....... ... 25 Inspection with CONSULT-II (Self-Diagnosis) ..... ... 26 Removal and Installation of IPDM E/R ................ ... 27 REMOVAL ........................................................ ... 27 INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 27 GROUND CIRCUIT ................................................ ... 28 Ground Distribution .............................................. ... 28 MAIN HARNESS .............................................. ... 28 ENGINE ROOM HARNESS ............................. ... 30 ENGINE CONTROL HARNESS ....................... ... 33 BODY HARNESS ............................................. ... 34 BODY NO. 2 HARNESS .................................. ... 35 BACK DOOR NO. 2 HARNESS ....................... ... 36 HARNESS .............................................................. ... 37 Harness Layout ................................................... ... 37 HOW TO READ HARNESS LAYOUT .............. ... 37 OUTLINE .......................................................... ... 38 MAIN HARNESS .............................................. ... 39 ENGINE ROOM HARNESS (LH VIEW) ........... ... 41 ENGINE ROOM HARNESS (RH VIEW) .......... ... 44 ENGINE CONTROL HARNESS ....................... ... 47 BODY HARNESS ............................................. ... 49 BODY NO. 2 HARNESS .................................. ... 51 ROOM LAMP HARNESS ................................. ... 53 FRONT DOOR LH HARNESS ......................... ... 54 FRONT DOOR RH HARNESS ......................... ... 54 SLIDING DOOR LH HARNESS ....................... ... 55 SLIDING DOOR RH HARNESS ....................... ... 55 BACK DOOR HARNESS ................................. ... 56 Wiring Diagram Codes (Cell Codes) ................... ... 57 ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION ......................... ... 60 Electrical Units Location ...................................... ... 60 ENGINE COMPARTMENT ............................... ... 60 PASSENGER COMPARTMENT ...................... ... 61 Fuse ..................................................................... ... 63 Fusible Link ......................................................... ... 63 Circuit Breaker (Built Into BCM) .......................... ... 63 HARNESS CONNECTOR ...................................... ... 64 Description ........................................................... ... 64 HARNESS CONNECTOR (TAB-LOCKING TYPE) ............................................................... ... 64 HARNESS CONNECTOR (SLIDE-LOCKING TYPE) ............................................................... ... 65 HARNESS CONNECTOR (DIRECT-CONNECT SRS COMPONENT TYPE) .............................. ... 66

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ELECTRICAL UNITS ............................................. ... 67 Terminal Arrangement ......................................... ... 67 STANDARDIZED RELAY ....................................... ... 68 Description ........................................................... ... 68 NORMAL OPEN, NORMAL CLOSED AND MIXED TYPE RELAYS ..................................... ... 68 TYPE OF STANDARDIZED RELAYS ............... ... 68

SUPER MULTIPLE JUNCTION (SMJ) ................... ...70 Terminal Arrangement .......................................... ...70 FUSE BLOCK-JUNCTION BOX(J/B) .................... ...71 Terminal Arrangement .......................................... ...71 FUSE AND FUSIBLE LINK BOX ........................... ...72 Terminal Arrangement .......................................... ...72

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PRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONS PFP:00011 Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) AIR BAG and SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER

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The Supplemental Restraint System such as AIR BAG and SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER, used along with a front seat belt, helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain types of collision. This system includes seat belt switch inputs and dual stage front air bag modules. The SRS system uses the seat belt switches to determine the front air bag deployment, and may only deploy one front air bag, depending on the severity of a collision and whether the front occupants are belted or unbelted. Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the SRS and SB section of this Service Manual. WARNING: q To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could increase the risk of personal injury or death in the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation, all maintenance must be performed by an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer. q Improper maintenance, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, can lead to personal injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air Bag Module, see the SRS section. q Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this Service Manual. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses or harness connectors.

Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis


When you read wiring diagrams, refer to the following: q Refer to GI-12, "How to Read Wiring Diagrams" in GI section. q Refer to PG-4, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" for power distribution. When you perform trouble diagnosis, refer to the following: q Refer to GI-10, "HOW TO FOLLOW TEST GROUPS IN TROUBLE DIAGNOSES" in GI section. q Refer to GI-25, "How to Perform Efficient Diagnosis for an Electrical Incident" in GI section.

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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT Schematic


For detailed ground distribution, refer to PG-28, "Ground Distribution" .
PFP:24110
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT

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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT Wiring Diagram POWER


BATTERY POWER SUPPLY IGNITION SW. IN ANY POSITION
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT

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ACCESSORY POWER SUPPLY IGNITION SW. IN ACC OR ON

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IGNITION POWER SUPPLY IGNITION SW. IN ON
A

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IGNITION POWER SUPPLY IGNITION SW. IN ON AND/OR START

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IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM) IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM)
PFP:284B7

System Description
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IPDM E/R (Intelligent Power Distribution Module Engine Room) integrates the relay box and fuse block which were originally placed in engine compartment. It controls integrated relays via IPDM E/R control circuits. q IPDM E/R-integrated control circuits perform ON-OFF operation of relays, CAN communication control, oil pressure switch signal reception, etc. q It controls operation of each electrical component via ECM, BCM and CAN communication lines. CAUTION: None of the IPDM E/R integrated relays can be removed.

SYSTEMS CONTROLLED BY IPDM E/R


1. Lamp control E Using CAN communication lines, it receives signals from the BCM and controls the following lamps: q Headlamps (Hi, Lo) q Parking lamps F q Tail lamps q Cornering lamps G q Front fog lamps Wiper control Using CAN communication lines, it receives signals from the BCM and controls the front wipers. H Rear window defogger relay control Using CAN communication lines, it receives signals from the BCM and controls the rear window defogger relay. A/C compressor control I Using CAN communication lines, it receives signals from the ECM and controls the A/C compressor (magnetic clutch). Cooling fan control J Using CAN communication lines, it receives signals from the ECM and controls the cooling fan relays. Horn control Using CAN communication lines, it receives signals from the BCM and controls the horn relay. PG

2. 3.

4.

5. 6.

CAN COMMUNICATION LINE CONTROL


With CAN communication, by connecting each control unit using two communication lines (CAN L-line, CAN H-line), it is possible to transmit a maximum amount of information with minimum wiring. Each control unit can transmit and receive data, and reads necessary information only. 1. Fail-safe control q When CAN communication with other control units is impossible, IPDM E/R performs fail-safe control. After CAN communication returns to normal operation, it also returns to normal control. q Operation of control parts by IPDM E/R during fail-safe mode is as follows:
Controlled system Headlamp Tail and parking lamps
q q q q q q

Fail-safe mode With the ignition switch ON, the headlamp (low) is ON. With the ignition switch OFF, the headlamp (low) is OFF. With the ignition switch ON, the tail and parking lamps are ON. With the ignition switch OFF, the tail and parking lamps are OFF. With the ignition switch ON, the cooling fan HI operates. With the ignition switch OFF, the cooling fan stops.

Cooling fan Front wiper Rear window defogger A/C compressor Front fog lamps

Until the ignition switch is turned off, the front wiper LO and HI remains in the same status it was in just before failsafe control was initiated. Rear window defogger relay OFF A/C compressor OFF Front fog lamp relay OFF

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IPDM E/R STATUS CONTROL
In order to save power, IPDM E/R switches status by itself based on each operating condition. 1. CAN communication status q CAN communication is normally performed with other control units. q Individual unit control by IPDM E/R is normally performed. q When sleep request signal is received from BCM, mode is switched to sleep waiting status. 2. Sleep waiting status q Process to stop CAN communication is activated. q All systems controlled by IPDM E/R are stopped. When 1 second has elapsed after CAN communication with other control units is stopped, mode switches to sleep status. 3. Sleep status q IPDM E/R operates in low current-consumption mode. q CAN communication is stopped. q When a change in CAN communication signal is detected, mode switches to CAN communication status. q When a change in ignition switch signal is detected, mode switches to CAN communication status.

CAN Communication System Description


Refer to LAN-6, "CAN COMMUNICATION" .

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Function of Detecting Ignition Relay Malfunction


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When the integrated ignition relay is stuck in a "closed contact" position and cannot be turned OFF, IPDM E/R turns ON tail and parking lamps for 10 minutes to indicate IPDM E/R malfunction. When the state of the integrated ignition relay does not agree with the state of the ignition switch signal received via CAN communication, the IPDM E/R activates the tail lamp relay.
Ignition switch signal ON OFF ON OFF Ignition relay status ON OFF OFF ON Tail lamp relay ON (10 minutes)

NOTE: When the ignition switch is turned ON, the tail lamps are OFF.

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IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM) CONSULT-II Function
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CONSULT-II can display each diagnostic item using the diagnostic item using the diagnostic test modes shown following.
Inspection Item, Diagnosis Mode SELF-DIAG RESULTS DATA MONITOR ACTIVE TEST CAN DIAG SUPPORT MNTR Description The IPDM E/R performs diagnosis of CAN communication and self-diagnosis. The input/output data of the IPDM E/R is displayed in real time. The IPDM E/R sends a drive signal to electronic components to check their operation. The result of transmit/receive diagnosis of CAN communication can be read.

CONSULT-II BASIC OPERATION


CAUTION: If CONSULT-II is used with no connection of CONSULT-II CONVERTER, malfunctions might be detected in self-diagnosis depending on control unit which carry out CAN communication. 1. With the ignition switch OFF, connect CONSULT-II and CONSULT-II CONVERTER to the data link connector, then turn ignition switch ON.

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2.

Touch START (NISSAN BASED VHCL).

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3.

Touch IPDM E/R on SELECT SYSTEM screen. q If IPDM E/R is not displayed, print "SELECT SYSTEM" screen, then refer to LAN-3, "Precautions for CAN System" .

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4. Select SELF-DIAG RESULTS or DATA MONITOR.

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SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS Operation Procedure


1. 2. Touch SELF-DIAG RESULTS on SELECT DIAG MODE screen. Self-diagnosis results are displayed.

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Display Item List


Display items NO DTC IS DETECTED. FURTHER TESTING MAY BE REQUIRED. CONSULT-II display code TIME Malfunction detection CRNT PAST Any of items listed below have errors: X X
q

Possible causes

CAN COMM CIRC

U1000
q

If CAN communication reception/transmission data has a malfunction, or if any of the control units fail, data reception/transmission cannot be confirmed. When the data in CAN communication is not received before the specified time.

TRANSMIT DIAG ECM BCM/SEC

q q

NOTE: The details for display of the period are as follows: q CRNT: Error currently detected with IPDM E/R. q PAST: Error detected in the past and placed in IPDM E/R memory.

DATA MONITOR Operation Procedure


1. 2. Touch DATA MONITOR on SELECT DIAG MODE screen. Touch "ALL SIGNALS, MAIN SIGNALS or SELECT FROM MENU on the DATA MONITOR screen.
All signals will be monitored. Monitors the predetermined item(s). Selects and monitors individual signal(s).

ALL SIGNALS MAIN SIGNALS SELECT FROM MENU

3. 4.

Touch START. Touch the required monitoring item on "SELECT ITEM MENU".

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5. Touch RECORD while monitoring to record the status of the item being monitored. To stop recording, touch STOP.

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All Signals, Main Signals, Select From Menu
Item name CONSULT-II screen display MOTOR FAN REQ AC COMP REQ TAIL & CLR REQ HL LO REQ HL HI REQ FR FOG REQ FR WIP REQ WIP AUTO STOP WIP PROT ST RLY REQ IGN RLY RR DEF REQ OIL P SW HOOD SW THFT HRN REQ HORN CHIRP CRNRNG LMP REQ Monitor item selection Display or unit ALL SIGNALS X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X MAIN SIGNALS X X X X X X X X X SELECT FROM MENU X X X X X X X X X X X X X Description

Motor fan request Compressor request Tail & clear request H/L LO request H/L HI request FR fog request FR wiper request Wiper auto stop Wiper protection Starter request Ignition relay status Rear defogger request Oil pressure switch Hood switch Theft warning horn request Horn chirp Cornering lamp request

1/2/3/4 ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF STOP/1LO/LO/HI ACT P/STOP P OFF/LS/HS/Block ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF OPEN/CLOSE OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF OFF/LEFT/RIGHT

Signal status input from ECM Signal status input from ECM Signal status input from BCM Signal status input from BCM Signal status input from BCM Signal status input from BCM Signal status input from BCM Output status of IPDM E/R Control status of IPDM E/R Status of input signal NOTE Ignition relay status monitored with IPDM E/R Signal status input from BCM Signal status input from IPDM E/R Signal status input from IPDM E/R (function is not enabled) Signal status input from BCM Output status of IPDM E/R Signal status input from BCM

NOTE: Perform monitoring of IPDM E/R data with the ignition switch ON. When the ignition switch is in ACC position, display may not be correct.

ACTIVE TEST Operation Procedure


1. 2. 3. 4. Touch ACTIVE TEST on SELECT DIAG-MODE screen. Touch item to be tested, and check operation. Touch START. Touch "STOP" while testing to stop the operation.
Test name Tail lamp output Rear defogger output Front wiper (HI, LO) output Cooling fan output Lamp (HI, LO, FOG) output CONSULT-II screen display TAIL LAMP REAR DEFOGGER FRONT WIPER MOTOR FAN LAMPS Description With a certain ON-OFF operation, the tail lamp relay can be operated. With a certain ON-OFF operation, the rear defogger relay can be operated. With a certain operation (OFF, HI ON, LO ON), the front wiper relay (Lo, Hi) can be operated. With a certain operation (1, 2, 3, 4), the cooling fan can be operated. With a certain operation (OFF, HI ON, LO ON, FOG ON), the lamp relay (Lo, Hi, Fog) can be operated.

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Test name Cornering lamp output Horn output CONSULT-II screen display CORNERING LAMP HORN Description With a certain ON-OFF operation, the horn relay can be operated.

Auto Active Test


DESCRIPTION
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In auto active test mode, operation inspection can be performed when IPDM E/R sends a drive signal to the following systems: Rear window defogger Front wipers Tail and parking lamps Cornering lamps Front fog lamps Headlamps (Hi, Lo) A/C compressor (magnetic clutch) Cooling fan

OPERATION PROCEDURE
1. Close hood and front door RH, and lift wiper arms away from windshield (to prevent glass damage by G wiper operation). NOTE: When auto active test is performed with hood opened, sprinkle water on windshield beforehand. H Turn ignition switch OFF. Turn ignition switch ON and, within 20 seconds, press front door switch LH 10 times. Then turn ignition switch OFF. I Turn ignition switch ON within 10 seconds after ignition switch OFF. When auto active test mode is actuated, horn chirps once. J After a series of operations is repeated three times, auto active test is completed. NOTE: When auto active test mode has to be cancelled halfway, turn ignition switch OFF. PG CAUTION: Be sure to perform BL-42, "Door Switch Check (With Automatic Back Door System)" or BL-40, "Door Switch Check (Without Automatic Back Door System)" when the auto active test cannot be performed. L When auto active test mode is actuated, the following nine steps are repeated three times.
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2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

INSPECTION IN AUTO ACTIVE TEST MODE


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Concept of Auto Active Test
IPDM E/R actuates auto active test mode when it receives door switch signal from BCM via CAN communication line. Therefore, when auto active test mode is activated successfully, CAN communication between IPDM E/R and BCM is normal. q If any of the systems controlled by IPDM E/R cannot be operated, possible cause can be easily diagnosed using auto active test. Diagnosis chart in auto active test mode
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Symptom

Inspection contents YES


q q q

Possible cause BCM signal input circuit Rear window defogger relay Open circuit of rear window defogger IPDM E/R malfunction Harness or connector malfunction between IPDM E/R and rear window defogger BCM signal input system Lamp/wiper motor malfunction Lamp/wiper motor ground circuit malfunction Harness/connector malfunction between IPDM E/R and system in question IPDM E/R (integrated relay) malfunction BCM signal input circuit CAN communication signal between BCM and ECM. CAN communication signal between ECM and IPDM E/R Magnetic clutch malfunction Harness/connector malfunction between IPDM E/R and magnetic clutch IPDM E/R (integrated relay) malfunction ECM signal input circuit CAN communication signal between ECM and IPDM E/R Cooling fan motor malfunction Harness/connector malfunction between IPDM E/R and cooling fan motor IPDM E/R (integrated relay) malfunction Harness/connector malfunction between IPDM E/R and oil pressure switch Oil pressure switch malfunction IPDM E/R CAN communication signal between BCM and Combination Meter Combination meter

Rear window defogger does not operate.

Perform auto active test. Does rear window defogger operate?

NO

q q

YES Any of front wipers, tail and parking lamps, front fog lamps, cornering lamps, and headlamps (Hi, Lo) do not operate. Perform auto active test. Does system in question operate?

q q q

NO

q q

YES A/C compressor does not operate. Perform auto active test. Does magnetic clutch operate? NO

q q q q

q q q

YES Cooling fan does not operate. Perform auto active test. Does cooling fan operate?

NO

q q

Oil pressure warning lamp does not operate.

Perform auto active test. Does oil pressure warning lamp blink?

YES

q q q q

NO

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IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM) Schematic


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IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM) IPDM E/R Terminal Arrangement
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1. FUSE AND FUSIBLE LINK INSPECTION


q

Check that the following fusible links or IPDM E/R fuses are not blown.
Terminal No. 1, 2, 15 Signal name Battery power Fuse, fusible link No. c, d, h

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> Replace fuse or fusible link.

2. POWER CIRCUIT INSPECTION


1. 2. Disconnect IPDM E/R harness connector E120. Check voltage between IPDM E/R harness connector E120 terminals 1 (R), 2 (B/Y) and ground. Battery voltage should exist. OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> Repair or replace IPDM E/R power circuit harness.

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3. GROUND CIRCUIT INSPECTION


1. 2. Disconnect IPDM E/R harness connectors E121 and E124. Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector E121 terminal 50 (B), E121 terminal 60 (B), E124 terminal 38 (B) and ground. Continuity should exist. OK or NG OK >> Inspection End. NG >> Repair or replace the ground circuit harness of IPDM E/ R.
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IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM) Inspection with CONSULT-II (Self-Diagnosis)
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CAUTION: If a CONSULT-II is used with no connection of CONSULT-II CONVERTER, malfunctions might be detected in self-diagnosis depending on which control unit(s) carry out CAN communication.

1. SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULT CHECK


1. 2. 3. Connect CONSULT-II and select "IPDM E/R" on the Diagnosis System Selection screen. Select "SELF-DIAG RESULTS" on the diagnosis mode selection screen. Check display content in self-diagnosis results.
CONSULT-II Display NO DTC IS DETECTED. FURTHER TESTING MAY BE REQUIRED. CONSULT-II display code TIME CRNT PAST Details of diagnosis result No malfunction Any of items listed below have errors: CAN COMM CIRC U1000 X X
q q q

TRANSMIT DIAG ECM BCM/SEC

NOTE: The Details for Display for the Period are as follows: q CRNT: Error currently detected by IPDM E/R. q PAST: Error detected in the past and stored in IPDM E/R memory. Contents displayed NO DTC DETECTED. FURTHER TESTING MAY BE REQUIRED.>>INSPECTION END. CAN COMM CIRC>>Print out the self-diagnosis result and refer to LAN-6, "CAN COMMUNICATION" .

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IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM) Removal and Installation of IPDM E/R
REMOVAL
1. 2. 3. 4. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove coolant reservoir fasteners. Move coolant reservoir aside. Remove IPDM E/R upper cover.
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5.

Remove IPDM E/R harness cover.

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6. 7.

Release 2 clips and pull IPDM E/R up from case. Disconnect IPDM E/R connectors and remove the IPDM E/R.

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INSTALLATION
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

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GROUND CIRCUIT GROUND CIRCUIT Ground Distribution


MAIN HARNESS
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GROUND CIRCUIT

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GROUND CIRCUIT
ENGINE ROOM HARNESS

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GROUND CIRCUIT

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GROUND CIRCUIT

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GROUND CIRCUIT
ENGINE CONTROL HARNESS
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BODY NO. 2 HARNESS
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BACK DOOR NO. 2 HARNESS

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HARNESS HARNESS Harness Layout


HOW TO READ HARNESS LAYOUT
The following Harness Layouts use a map style grid to help locate connectors on the drawings: q Main Harness q Engine Room Harness LH View (Engine Compartment) q Engine Room Harness RH View (Engine Compartment) q Engine Control Harness q Body Harness and Rear Bumper Sub Harness q Body No. 2 Harness and Fuel Pump Sub Harness To use the grid reference 1. Find the desired connector number on the connector list. 2. Find the grid reference. 3. On the drawing, find the crossing of the grid reference letter column and number row. 4. Find the connector number in the crossing zone. 5. Follow the line (if used) to the connector.
B
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A
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CONNECTOR SYMBOL
Main symbols of connector (in Harness Layout) are indicated below.
Water proof type Connector type
q q q

G
Standard type Female Male Female

Male

Cavity: Less than 4 Relay connector Cavity: From 5 to 8

Cavity: More than 9

Ground terminal etc.

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HARNESS
OUTLINE

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HARNESS
MAIN HARNESS
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HARNESS
ENGINE ROOM HARNESS (LH VIEW) Engine Compartment

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Refer to PG-44, "ENGINE ROOM HARNESS (RH VIEW)" for continuation of engine room harness.
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Passenger Compartment
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HARNESS
ENGINE ROOM HARNESS (RH VIEW) Engine Compartment

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Refer to PG-41, "ENGINE ROOM HARNESS (LH VIEW)" for continuation of engine room harness.
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Passenger Compartment

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ENGINE CONTROL HARNESS
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BODY HARNESS
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HARNESS

WKIA2968E

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HARNESS
BODY NO. 2 HARNESS
A

PG

LKIA0373E

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HARNESS

WKIA2969E

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HARNESS
ROOM LAMP HARNESS
A

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LKIA0377E

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HARNESS
FRONT DOOR LH HARNESS

LKIA0378E

FRONT DOOR RH HARNESS

LKIA0379E

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HARNESS
SLIDING DOOR LH HARNESS
A

LKIA0380E

SLIDING DOOR RH HARNESS


J

PG

LKIA0381E

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HARNESS
BACK DOOR HARNESS

LKIA0382E

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HARNESS Wiring Diagram Codes (Cell Codes)


EKS0064O

Use the chart below to find out what each wiring diagram code stands for. Refer to the wiring diagram code in the alphabetical index to find the location (page number) of each wiring diagram.
Code 1STSIG 2NDSIG 3RDSIG 4THSIG 5THSIG A/C,A A/C,M AF1B1 AF1B2 AF1HB1 AF1HB2 APPS1 APPS2 APPS3 ASC/BS ASC/SW ASCBOF ASCIND AT/IND AUDIO AUTO/DP AUTO/L B/CLOS BA/FTS BACK/L BRK/SW CAN CAN CAN CHARGE CHIME COOL/F COMBSW COMM CORNER D/LOCK DEF DTRL DVD ECM/PW ECTS EGR/TS EGRC1 EGVC/V EMNT ENGSS ETC1 Section AT AT AT AT AT ATC MTC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC DI AV SE LT BL AT LT EC AT EC LAN SC DI EC LT AV LT BL GW LT AV EC EC EC EC EC EC AT EC A/T 1st Signal A/T 2nd Signal A/T 3rd Signal A/T 4th Signal A/T 5th Signal Auto Air Conditioner Manual Air Conditioner Air Fuel Ratio Sensor 1 Bank 1 Air Fuel Ratio Sensor 1 Bank 2 Air Fuel Ratio Sensor 1 Heater Bank 1 Air Fuel Ratio Sensor 1 Heater Bank 2 Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor ASCD Brake Switch ASCD Steering Switch ASCD Brake Switch ASCD Indicator A/T Indicator Lamp Audio Automatic Drive Positioner Auto Light Control Back Door Auto Closure System A/T Fluid Temperature Sensor and TCM Power Supply Back-up Lamp Brake Switch CAN Communication Line CAN Communication Line CAN System Charging System Warning Chime Cooling Fan Control Combination Switch Audio Visual Communication System Cornering Lamps Power Door Lock Rear Window Defogger Headlamp - With Daytime Light System DVD Entertainment System ECM Power Supply for Back-Up Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor EGR Temperature Sensor EGR Function EGR Volume Control Valve Engine Mount Engine Speed Signal Electric Throttle Control Function Wiring Diagram Name

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HARNESS
ETC2 ETC3 F/FOG F/LID F/PUMP FTS FTSP FTTS FUELB1 FUELB2 H/LAMP HORN HSEAT I/MIRR IATS IGNSYS ILL INF/D INJECT INT/L IVCB1 IVCB2 KEYLES KS LPSV LVRSW MAFS MAIN MAIN METER MIL/DL MIRROR NATS NAVI NONDTC O2H2B1 O2H2B2 O2S2B1 O2S2B2 OVRCSV P/SCKT PC/A PC/B PC/C PC/CS PEDAL PGC/V PHSB1 PHSB2 PNP/SW PNP/SW EC EC LT BL EC AT AT EC EC EC LT WW SE GW EC EC LT AV EC LT EC EC BL EC AT AT EC AT EC DI EC GW BL AV AT EC EC EC EC AT WW AT AT AT AT AP EC EC EC AT EC Throttle Control Motor Relay Throttle Control Motor Front Fog Lamp Fuel Lid Opener Fuel Pump A/T Fluid Temperature Sensor A/T Fluid Temperature Sensor Failure Fuel Tank Temperature Sensor Fuel Injection System Bank 1 Fuel Injection System Bank 2 Headlamp Horn Heated Seat Inside Mirror (Auto Anti-Dazzling Mirror) Intake Air Temperature Sensor Ignition System Illumination Vehicle Information and Integrated Switch System Injector Room/Map, Vanity, Cargo, Personal, Foot, Step, Puddle and Running Board Lamps Intake Valve Timing Control Solenoid Valve Bank 1 Intake Valve Timing Control Solenoid Valve Bank 2 Remote Keyless Entry System Knock Sensor Line Pressure Solenoid Valve A/T Device Lever Switch Mass Air Flow Sensor Main Power Supply and Ground Circuit Main Power Supply and Ground Circuit Speedometer, Tachometer, Temp. and Fuel Gauges Malfunction Indicator Lamp Door Mirror Nissan Anti-Theft System Navigation System Non-detectable Items Rear Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 Heater Bank 1 Rear Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 Heater Bank 2 Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 Bank 1 Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 Bank 2 Overrun Clutch Solenoid Valve Power Socket Line Pressure Solenoid Valve Shift Pressure Solenoid Valve Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Failure Adjustable Pedal System EVAP Canister Purge Volume Control Solenoid Valve Camshaft Position Sensor (PHASE) (Bank 1) Camshaft Position Sensor (PHASE) (Bank 2) Park/Neutral Position Switch Park/Neutral Position Switch

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POS POWER PRE/SE PS/SEN PWR/IN RP/SEN S/CLOS SEAT SEN/PW SFTFNC SHIFT SONAR SROOF SRS SSV/A SSV/B SSV/C SSV/CS SSV/D SSV/E START STOP/L T/TOW T/WARN TAIL/L TCCSIG TCS TCV TPS TPS1 TPS2 TPS3 TRNSCV TRSA/T TRSC TURN VDC VENT/V VIAS VIAS/V VSSA/T VSSATC VSSMTR W/ANT WARN WINDOW WIP/R WIPER EC PG EC EC AT EC BL SE EC AT AT DI RF SRS AT AT AT AT AT AT SC LT LT WT LT AT BRC AT AT EC EC EC BL AT AT LT BRC EC EC EC AT AT AT AV DI GW WW WW Crankshaft Position Sensor (POS) Power Supply Routing EVAP Control System Pressure Sensor Power Steering Pressure Sensor TCM Ignition Power Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Slide Door Auto Closure System Power Seat Sensor Power Supply Unusual Shifting A/T Shift Lock System Rear Sonar System Sunroof Supplemental Restraint System Shift Solenoid Valve A Shift Solenoid Valve B Shift Solenoid Valve C Shift Solenoid Valve C Failure Shift Solenoid Valve D Shift Solenoid Valve E Starting System Stop Lamp Trailer Tow Low Tire Pressure Warning System Parking, License and Tail Lamps A/T TCC Signal (Lock Up) Traction Control System Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid Valve Throttle Position Sensor Throttle Position Sensor Throttle Position Sensor Throttle Position Sensor HOMELINK Universal Transceiver Turbine Revolution Sensor Turbine Revolution Sensor Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Lamps Vehicle Dynamic Control System EVAP Canister Vent Control Valve Variable Air Induction Control System Variable Air Induction Control System Valve Vehicle Speed Sensor A/T (Revolution Sensor) Revolution Sensor Vehicle Speed Sensor Meter Audio Antenna Warning Lamps Power Window Rear Wiper and Washer Front Wiper and Washer

PG

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ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION Electrical Units Location


ENGINE COMPARTMENT
PFP:25230
EKS0064P

WKIA2933E

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ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION


PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
A

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WKIA2934E

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ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION

WKIA2935E

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ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION Fuse


q
EKS0064Q

If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of incident before installing new fuse. Use fuse of specified rating. Never use fuse of more than specified rating. Do not partially install fuse; always insert it into fuse holder properly. Remove fuse for ELECTRICAL PARTS (BAT) if vehicle is not used for a long period of time.
CEL083

Fusible Link

EKS0064R

A melted fusible link can be detected either by visual inspection or by feeling with finger tip. If its condition is questionable, use circuit tester or test lamp. CAUTION: q If fusible link should melt, it is possible that critical circuit (power supply or large current carrying circuit) is shorted. In such a case, carefully check and eliminate cause of incident. q Never wrap outside of fusible link with vinyl tape. q Never let fusible link touch any other wiring harness, vinyl or rubber parts.

Circuit Breaker (Built Into BCM)


For example, when current is 30A, the circuit is broken within 8 to 20 seconds. A circuit breaker is used for the following systems: q Power seat q Power windows q Power door locks q Remote keyless entry system q Power sunroof q Rear window wiper

EKS0064S

SBF284E

PG

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HARNESS CONNECTOR HARNESS CONNECTOR Description


HARNESS CONNECTOR (TAB-LOCKING TYPE)
The tab-locking type connectors help prevent accidental looseness or disconnection. q The tab-locking type connectors are disconnected by pushing or lifting the locking tab(s). Refer to the illustration below. Refer to the next page for description of the slide-locking type connector. CAUTION: Do not pull the harness or wires when disconnecting the connector. [Example]
q

PFP:B4341
EKS0064T

SEL769DA

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HARNESS CONNECTOR
HARNESS CONNECTOR (SLIDE-LOCKING TYPE)
A new style slide-locking type connector is used on certain systems and components, especially those related to OBD. q The slide-locking type connectors help prevent incomplete locking and accidental looseness or disconnection. q The slide-locking type connectors are disconnected by pushing or pulling the slider. Refer to the illustration below. CAUTION: q Do not pull the harness or wires when disconnecting the connector. q Be careful not to damage the connector support bracket when disconnecting the connector. [Example]
q

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M
AEL299C

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HARNESS CONNECTOR
HARNESS CONNECTOR (DIRECT-CONNECT SRS COMPONENT TYPE)
SRS direct-connect type harness connectors are used on certain SRS components such as air bag modules and seat belt pre-tensioners. q Always pull up to release black locking tab prior to removing connector from SRS component. q Always push down to lock black locking tab after installing connector to SRS component. When locked, the black locking tab is level with the connector housing. CAUTION: q Do not pull the harness or wires when removing connectors from SRS components.
q

WHIA0103E

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ELECTRICAL UNITS ELECTRICAL UNITS Terminal Arrangement


PFP:23710

A
EKS0064U

PG

WKIA2936E

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STANDARDIZED RELAY STANDARDIZED RELAY Description


NORMAL OPEN, NORMAL CLOSED AND MIXED TYPE RELAYS
Relays can mainly be divided into three types: normal open, normal closed and mixed type relays.
PFP:25230
EKS0064V

SEL881H

TYPE OF STANDARDIZED RELAYS

SEL882H

1M 1T

1 Make 1 Transfer

2M 1M1B

2 Make 1 Make 1 Break

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STANDARDIZED RELAY

PG

WKIA0253E

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SUPER MULTIPLE JUNCTION (SMJ) SUPER MULTIPLE JUNCTION (SMJ) Terminal Arrangement
PFP:84341
EKS006FA

LKIA0358E

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FUSE BLOCK-JUNCTION BOX(J/B) FUSE BLOCK-JUNCTION BOX(J/B) Terminal Arrangement


PFP:24350

A
EKS0064W

PG

WKIA1208E

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FUSE AND FUSIBLE LINK BOX FUSE AND FUSIBLE LINK BOX Terminal Arrangement
PFP:24381
EKS0064X

WKIA1209E

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