Nissan Patrol is a full-fledged SUV, which has been produced from 1951 to the present in 6 generations with various modifications and changes. All of them are united by such characteristics as non-split axles, high-torque and unpretentious engines and a powerful body frame. The delivery geography of this vehicle is very extensive. In some countries, it is also known by the names: Ford Maverick, Ebro Patrol, Nissan Seranza, and in Japan Nissan Safari. This publication will provide information with a designation of fuses and relays Nissan Patrol Y60, Y61 and Y62 (respectively 4th, 5th and 6th generation).
- Y60 – 4th generation, built in 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997
- Y61 – 5th generation, years of manufacture 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013
- Y62 – 6th generation, produced in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and up to the present
Boxes diagrams, version of their execution, as well as location may differ and depend on the region of delivery, year of manufacture and vehicle equipment. Check the description with yours on the cover of the boxes.
The fuse box for right-hand drive models is located at the right corner of the dashboard, while for left-hand drive models it is located on the left. The following relays are also located: the heater fan, auxiliary accessories and ignition.
Photo of one of the box versions
Diagram (Japanese version)
- Left headlight
- Right headlight
- Engine controller
- Heated seats
- Turn signals
- Automatic transmission controller
- Rear heater fan drive motor
- Clock, audio system
- Air conditioner fan drive motor
- Cigarette lighter
- Screen wipers and washers
- Windshield wipers and washers
- Rear stack wipers and washers
- Fan motor
- Heated rear window
- Fog lights
- Stop signals
- Sound signal
- Clock salon lighting
- Door lock
- a – accumulator
- b – ignition
- c – accessories
- g – accessories
- d – battery
Fuse number 11 is responsible for the cigarette lighter. Check with your circuit.
Electrical system fuses and relays are located at various points in the vehicle. Relays for accessories, ignition and heating systems are located in the fuse box. Other relays are fixed in a metal cover near the battery.
- EFI control relay
- fuel pump relay
- radiator fan relay
- windshield wiper relay
- PARKING / NEUTRAL relay
- fuel pump fuse
Photo for example of one of the box
Location of fuse-links
The door lock timer, circuit breaker and power window relay are located behind the glove box.
|1||ABS electronic control unit|
|2||Air conditioner electronic control unit|
|3||Air conditioner / heater fan motor control unit|
|4||Anti-theft horn relay|
|6||Central locking control unit 1|
|7||Central locking control unit 2|
|8||Central locking relay|
|9||Turn signal relay|
|10||Cruise control (cruise control) control unit|
|11||Diagnostic connector (DLC)|
|12||Daytime lighting relay|
|13||Differential lock control unit – behind the dashboard|
|14||Power window relay|
|15||Electronic engine control unit|
|16||Engine control relay|
|17||Fuel pump control unit|
|18||Fuel pump relay|
|19||Fuse / relay box, engine compartment 1|
|20||Fuse / relay box, engine compartment 2|
|21||Fuse / relay box, engine compartment Z|
|22||Fuse / relay box, engine compartment 4-engine TB48 with automatic transmission|
|23||Fuse / Relay Box, Instrument Panel|
|24||Xenon headlamp control unit 1|
|25||Xenon headlamp control unit 2|
|26||Glow plug control unit|
|27||Glow plug relay 1|
|28||Glow plug relay 2|
|29||Heater blower motor resistor|
Located on the left under the dashboard, behind the protective cover.
Photo for example
|1||Heater blower motor relay|
|2||Main purpose ignition relay|
|3||Relay for auxiliary ignition circuits|
|F3||(20A) Windshield wiper / washer|
|F6||(10A / 20A)|
|F7||(7.5A) ABS / ESP system|
|F10||(10A) Audio system|
|F11||(7.5A) Direction indicators and hazard warning lights|
|F13||(15A) Cigarette lighter|
|F16||(10A) SRS system|
|F18||(10A) Rear window wiper / washer|
|F19||(15A) 2002: Headlamp washers|
|F21||(10A) Engine management system|
|F23||(7.5A) Power mirrors|
|F27||(15A) Fuel booster pump|
The fuse number 13, 15A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.
|FA||(100A) Glow plugs|
|FB||(100A / 120A) Generator|
|FC||(30A / 40A) Cooling fan motor|
|FD||(30A / 40A)|
|FF||(80A) 2002: Instrument Panel Fuse / Relay Box|
|FH||(30A / 40A)|
|BE||(30A) ABS / ESP system|
|FJ||(30A) Ignition switch circuits|
|F41||(7.5A / 20A)|
|F42||(7.5A / 20A)|
|F45||(10A / 15A) Heated windshield|
|F46||(15A) Cigarette lighter|
|F48||(10A) Direction indicators and hazard warning lamps|
|F49||(7.5A / 10A / 15A / 20A)|
|F50||(7.5A / 10A / 20A)|
|F53||(15A) Fog lights|
|F55||(15A) 2002: Cooling Fan Motor|
|F56||(10A) Audio system|
Separately, there may be additional fuses: F61 – (15A) Heated windshield, F62 – Not used, F63 – (20A) Headlight washers, F64 – (10A) Audio system.
|3||Diesel: Transmission Control Relay|
|4||Fog lamp relay|
|5||Heated rear window relay|
|6||Air conditioning relay|
|12||4WD system relay|
- Reversing light relay
- Throttle control unit relay
- Start inhibit relay (“PVN”)
The fuse number 12, 20A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.
See the current description on the back of the protective cover.
Several fuse and relay boxes are located in the engine compartment.
The description for your model will be located on the back of the protective cover of the units.
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