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Old 04-17-2010, 04:17 PM
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Question Circuit Breaker 1

Dear all,
I am trying to troubleshoot loss of keyless entry. Problem is the manual tells me to look for circuit breaker 1 after checking the fusible link.

Any idea where that is?

I haven't found it and can't find where the manual tells me where it is.

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Circuit breakers are hard to find because are wrap with electrical tape along with the harness. Circuit breakers rarely go bad, in 15 working with Nissan, I have never replaced one. What is the problem with the keyless system?

I just know that the breaker is around the drivers side behind the dash.
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I am trying to figure out if my vehicle has the system or not. The dealer told me that their records showed it should, but I am unable to get to the programing state.

I have tried the directions several times, but don't get the hazards to blink. I have not purchased a new remote. The person I bought the car from did not have any.

I want to confirm the car has the installed equipment and it works before spending any money on the remotes.

I was going through the troubleshooting steps and it said to check the circuit breaker. Since you say that the failure is so uncommon I will assume good and move the next step. That will allows me try some of the other steps and see what voltages I get.

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Make sure all the doors are closed when you try go into the programming mode. Also the security light should be OFF, not blinking or solid ON.
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