Nissan Vanette (1999-2005) – fuse and relay box

Diagrams of fuse boxes and relays – Nissan Vanette

Applies to vehicles manufactured in the years:

1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005.

 

Fuse boxes

Main box

The main fuse box in the passenger compartment is located at the bottom of the dashboard, near the steering wheel.

Nissan Vanette (1999-2005) - fuse and relay box

Destiny

  1. 20А – ABS
  2. 15A – Alarm
  3. 20A
  4. 30A – Electric drive of the central locking
  5. 20A – Heated rear door glass
  6. 10A – Rear door window wiper
  7. 10A – Air conditioner
  8. 20A – Windshield wipers and washers
  9. 30A – Electric windows
  10. 10A – Direction indicators
  11. 15A – Instrument cluster
  12. 15A – Engine control unit
  13. 20A – Fuel heater
  14. 15A
  15. 15A – Cigarette lighter
  16. 10A – Sound signal
  17. 10A – Rear lamps
  18. 15A – Stop signals
  19. 15A – Fog lights
  20. 10A – Interior lighting
  21. 30A – Rear heater
  22. 30A – Main heater
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Additional box

It is located under the driver’s seat, between the battery and the engine for gasoline engines, or under the passenger seat, near the power steering reservoir for diesel engines, or under the hood of the car.

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Nissan Vanette (1999-2005) - fuse and relay box

Description

  1. 30A HEAD – headlights
  2. 30A FIP / INJ – engine controller
  3. 60A GLOW – glow plugs
  4. 80A MAIN – main fuse
  5. 60A ABS – ABS
  6. KEY 40A – fuse for various circuits
  7. 60А BTN – interior lighting, electric central locking

Relay box

Installed in the passenger side panel, under the glove compartment.

Location

 

The following relays are located here:

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  • Sound signal
  • Heater fan
  • Rear heater fan
  • Air conditioner
  • Reflector
  • Stop the signals
  • Dimensions
  • Automatic gearbox selector

The individual elements of the relays can be located in the engine compartment, as well as near the battery – a group of high-power fuses.

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