Ive looked in both fuse boxes but I just cant seem to find which one it is. Spray the spring and work it real good before reinstall. The outer handle after it is removed will need to be wd40 ed or greased. Does anyone know what could be the problem? Electrical components such as your map light, radio, heated seats, high beams, power windows all have fuses and if they suddenly stop working, chances are you have a fuse that has blown out. I know this might not be the fix but it was in my old car. Take the car on a short loop and then recheck for leaks again.
I haven't seen that problem on the Xterra, but I had the same issue with other models and problem was the door lock actuator. If you unplug the battery for about ten minutes to let the circuit breaker cool off then hook the battery back up you get power to windows, locks, etc for about 20 seconds. Turn over the electrical panel to access the fuses. New fuses can be purchased in a variety of amperage ratings e. All other power door locks are working except for the front drivers side.
Does the problem door unlock? Typically the bolt head size is a 10mm. Any help on where it is or where I can find some info to find it?. One is on the door pull and the other is larger and on the arm rest. What I said about the front passenger side door applies to the rear driver's side door too. Have the same problem with my Driver side lock I believe i need a new actuator. Do not damage the mating surface where the gasket seals.
I also tested another master door switch and the problem remains. The power locks do still work with the remote though. Please help support this website by shopping at. If everything has gone well, the temperature will read normal and no coolant will be leaking. On the 2001 it's on the edge of the door. The fuse blew again and the locks stopped working from the switch. Now here is the weird thing.
It will snap off in the radiator! If the wont open using any means possible you will have to remove the interior door panel. You can try firing the solenoid by putting a fused 12V across pins 1 and 3. This automotive maintenance tutorial was specifically written to assist owners of the fifth generation 2013, 2014, 2015 and possibly also the revised 2016 model year Nissan Altima sedan in checking or changing a blown fuse or relay in either the engine bay or the interior passenger compartment electrical panels. The problem is find out which actuator is the bad one. Wouldn't I see something there too? Hold the fuse up to a light source and examine the thin metal bar in the translucent plastic center part of the fuse.
It is your responsibility to verify any circuit before interfacing with it by using a digital multimeter. Remove the trim around the out side of the door. This part of the thermostat must be at the 12:00 position. To fix it --- simply disengage the alarm with your fob --- remove door panel need a star wrench to remove the parts holding the panel -carefully pry the outer panel of the frame --- peel back the plastic to acess the cavity of the door - - locate the broke piece and replace make sure you keep track of the sequence, meaning take a picture of the unit befoe you start and as you dismantle it hopefully this helps! Turns out it was a fuse. The good news if your handy you can fix this.
Which fuse controls the power windows and door locks? Get a drain pan and drain the coolant from the radiator. The interior passenger compartment fuse panel is located behind a plastic access cover near where the driver's left knee would normally reside. Hopefully this should be sufficient to answer your question. If checking and replacing the fuse for the component in question doesn't work, we recommend seeking assistance from a trusted professional mechanic. But…if the ignition is on you can use the switch to lock and unlock the doors.
Most of the time the housing will just come loose. Isn't that a contradiction in terms? Fuse 18 is in the second row from the left and the fifth one down. You can try disarming by unlocking and locking the doors the power door locks switch depends on model. I suppose i'll have to remove the panels to do this though. I am almost positive it is one of these things, based on all my reqadings, research, etc. It can be done with the door in the locked and stuck position. I used the white grease.