Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Diagnosis system (combination meter)

Consult-III Function

CONSULT-III APPLICATION ITEMS

CONSULT-III can perform the following diagnosis modes via CAN communication and the combination meter.

SELF DIAG RESULT


SELF DIAG RESULT

Refer to MWI-36, "DTC Index".

DATA MONITOR

Display Item List



 *1: CVT models


*1: CVT models
*2: M/T models
*3: Without manual mode CVT *4: With manual mode CVT

NOTE

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Some items are not available according to vehicle specification.

SPECIAL FUNCTION

Special menu

W/L ON HISTORY


W/L ON HISTORY

Stores histories when warning/indicator lamp is turned on.

W/L ON HISTORY indicates the TIME when the warning/ indicator lamp is turned on.

The TIME above is:
- 0: The condition that the warning/indicator lamp has been turned on 1 or more times after starting the engine and waiting for 30 seconds.

- 1 - 39: The number of times the engine was restarted after the 0 condition.

- NO W/L ON HISTORY: Stores NO (0) turning on history of warning/indicator lamp.

NOTE

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W/L ON HISTORY is not stored for approximately 30 seconds after the engine starts.

Brake warning lamp does not store any history when the parking brake is applied or the brake fluid level gets low.

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