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Nissan Sentra Service Manual: Harness connector

Description

Harness connector (tab-locking type)

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]

Harness connector (slide-locking type)


Harness connector (slide-locking type)

Caution:

[Example]

Harness connector (lever locking type)


Harness connector (lever locking type)

Caution:

Always confirm the lever is fully released (loosened) before attempting to disconnect or connect these connectors to avoid damage to the connector housing or terminals.


  1. Control unit with single lever
  1. Fasten
  2. Loosen
  3. Lever
  1. Control unit with dual lever
  1. Lever
  2. Fasten
  3. Loosen
  1. Smj connector
  1. Lever
  2. Fasten
  3. Loosen

Harness connector (direct-connect srs component type)

Caution:

Do not pull the harness or wires when removing connectors from srs components.

Standardized relay


Electrical units location
Electrical units location Engine compartment Passenger compartment Luggage compartment ...

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. Type of standardized relays ...

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Headlamp (lo) circuit
Description The ipdm e/r (intelligent power distribution module engine room) controls the headlamp low relay based on inputs from the bcm over the can communication lines. When the headlamp low relay is energized, power flows through fuses 43 and 44, located in the ipdm e/r. Power then flows ...

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