Nissan Almera N16 fuse and relay

The second generation Nissan Almera has the N16 body mark and was produced in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 with hatchback and sedan bodies. Restyling in 2003 mainly affected the appearance of this car. In our publication you will find information describing the fuse boxes and relays nissan almera n16, their location and purpose.

photo nissan almera


This vehicle contains 3 main boxes with fuses and relays. One in the cabin and two in the engine compartment. See the diagram for more details.


location of all fuse and relay boxes

Passenger compartment

It is located in the dashboard on the left side, behind the glove compartment.

Block access

The photo

block photo
Back and front side


Block diagram in the cabin


Circuit breakers

  1. 10A Mirrors
  2. 10A Brake lights
  3. 15A Power socket
  4. 7,5А For additional electrics
  5. 15A Alarm and turn signals
  6. 10A For additional electrics
  7. 20A Heated rear window
  8. 10A Oxygen sensor
  9. 10A Additional power accessories
  10. 10A Electrical package
  11. 10A Automatic transmission controller
  12. 10A ECU (i.e. all control of all turn signals, backlight and main power supply of the dashboard, panel backlight where the stove is)
  13. 10A Interior lamp
  14. 15A Interior blower motor (heater / air conditioner)
  15. 10A Air conditioner
  16. 15A Interior blower motor (heater / air conditioner
  17. 10A Fuel injection system
  18. 10A Airbags
  19. 20A Additional power accessories
  20. 10A Engine Controller
  21. 10A Start signal
  22. 15A Cigarette lighter
  23. Not used
  24. 20A Additional power accessories
  25. 20A Windshield wiper
  26. 7,5А For additional electrics
  27. 15A Front and / or rear window washer (on the steering column switch)
  28. 15A Rear window washer
  29. 15A Gasoline pump
  30. 10A Speedometer, tachometer, temperature and fuel level gauges
  31. 10А ABS
  32. 10A Reserve
  33. 15A Reserve
  34. 20A Reserve

The fuse number 22, 15A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Front side relay

  • R1 Headlamp relay
  • R2 Throttle valve control relay
  • R3 Power window relay
  • R4 Rear fog lamp relay

Rear side relay

photo relay circuit in the cabin

  • R1 Ignition relay
  • R2 Blower motor relay
  • R3 Relay for additional equipment (electrical accessories)

Engine compartment

Fuse box

Located next to the battery. The cover will be marked with an up-to-date diagram with a description

Almera block under the hood


scheme 1 block under the hood


  • A 100A Generator (battery charging)
  • 40A power windows
  • With 40A cooling fan controller
  • D 40A regulator of cooling fans
  • E 30A for diesel engines
  • F 60A for diesel engines
  • G 80A for diesel engines
  • H 80A main power supply, ground circuit
  • I 50A ABS
  • J 30A to battery ignition switch
  • К 30А ABS/ESP
  • L 30А ESP
  • M 30A Headlight washer
  • 32 20A Rear window washer
  • 33 15A Fog lights
  • 34 15A Electric actuator and relay for electric throttle valve
  • 35 15A Headlights, daytime running lights
  • 36 15A Headlights, daytime running lights
  • 37 10A Rear fog lamp
  • 38 10A Dimensions, license plate lighting
  • 39 10A Klaxon, battery charging (excitation current to the generator from the battery)
  • 40 15A Audio, navigation, LCD display
  • 41 10A Engine management system
  • 42 10A Ignition coil
  • 43 10A USR
  • 44 20A engine ECU

Relay box

It is located at the right wing, on the side of the washer fluid barrel.

The photo

Relay box under the hood


  • R1 3rd radiator fan relay (25221E)
  • R2 Front tumanki PTF (25224QA)
  • R3 Air conditioner relay E6 (25224D)
  • R4 Horn relay (25620)
  • R5 Radiator fan relay (25224J)
  • R6 Headlights, light (25224A)
  • R7 Starter (25224G)

Comments 4

  • My engine compartment fusebox different Nissan Almera 1.6 qg engine need to no location of ECM fuse and relay

  • Am also encountering the same problem, am failing the locate relay for park lights and main dashboard lights for same model.

  • I got all that, but my problem is that my stop lights remain on. Yes, I can remove the fuse to cancel, but there is something causing the rear stop/brake lights to remain on in the past 2 days, even when the ignition is off and the car is locked. As a result my battery has run flat. For a weeks there has been an intermittent dashboard light warning for my brakes. I checked the linings, and they’re ok. Just thinking there may be a leak in a cylinder that has triggered the warning, though the cylinders are only about 14 months old.

  • Anyone know where the fuse for central locking is

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