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Nissan Sentra Service Manual: Component parts

Component Parts Location


  1. IPDM E/R, (Headlamp high relay, Headlamp low relay, Taillamp relay and Front fog lamp relay (if equipped))
  2. Stop lamp switch
  3. Parking brake switch
  4. Combination meter
  5. Combination switch (lighting and turn signal switch)
  6. BCM (view with combination meter removed)
  7. Optical sensor
  8. Front door switch LH (Other doors similar)
  9. Hazard switch
  10. Daytime light relay (if equipped)

Component Description

Part

Description

BCM Controls the exterior lighting system.
Combination switch (Lighting & turn signal switch) Refer to BCS-9, "COMBINATION SWITCH READING SYSTEM : System Description" (with Intelligent Key system) or BCS-80, "COMBINATION SWITCH READING SYSTEM : System Description" (without Intelligent Key system).
IPDM E/R Controls the integrated relays and supplies voltage to the load according to the request from the BCM via CAN communication.
Stop lamp switch Transmits power when the brake pedal is pressed to operate stop lamps.
Combination meter Refer to MWI-8, "METER SYSTEM : System Description".
Daytime light relay (if equipped) Sends power to the daytime lamp when operated by the IPDM E/R.
Front door switch LH/RH Transmits the door open signal to the BCM.
Rear door switch LH/RH
Optical sensor Optical sensor converts the outside brightness (lux) to voltage and transmits the optical sensor signal to BCM to operate the autolight system.
Parking brake switch Transmits the parking brake switch signal to the combination meter to operate the autolight system.
Hazard switch Inputs the hazard switch signal to BCM.
System description
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System
Headlamp system HEADLAMP SYSTEM : System Diagram HEADLAMP SYSTEM : System Description LOW BEAM OPERATION When the lighting switch is in 2nd position, the BCM receives input requesting the h ...

Other materials:

Normal operating condition
Description Symptom Result Slight vibrations are felt on the brake pedal and operation noises occur when VDC, TCS or ABS is activated. This is a normal condition due to the VDC, TCS or ABS activation. Stopping distance is longer than that of vehicles without ...

Condenser
Removal and installation Removal Remove the rear pillar finisher. Refer to INT-29, "REAR PILLAR FINISHER : Removal and Installation". Disconnect the harness connectors (1), remove the condenser bolt (A) and the condenser (2). : Front Installation Installation is in th ...

Regulatory Information
FCC Regulatory information CAUTION: To maintain compliance with FCC’s RF exposure guidelines, use only the supplied antenna. Unauthorized antenna, modification, or attachments could damage the transmitter and may violate FCC regulations. Operation is subject to the following two cond ...

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