Nissan Juke Owners Manual : Meters and gauges

1. Tachometer


1. Tachometer
2. Engine coolant temperature gauge 3. Vehicle information display Odometer/twin trip odometer Trip computer
Torque vectoring AWD (AWD model) Outside air temperature 4. Fuel gauge
5. Speedometer
6. Warning/indicator lights 7. Instrument brightness control knob 8. Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) position indicator 9. RESET switch for trip odometer/Trip computer mode switch

: if so equipped

The needle indicators may move slightly after the ignition switch is placed in the OFF or LOCK position. This is not a malfunction.

CAUTION

For cleaning, use a soft cloth, dampened with water. Never use a rough cloth, alcohol, benzine, thinner or any kind of solvent or paper towel with a chemical cleaning agent.

They will scratch or cause discoloration to the lens.

Do not spray any liquid such as water on the meter lens. Spraying liquid may cause the system to malfunction.

Instrument panel
1. Meters and gauges 2. Center ventilator 3. Audio system or Navigation system Clock 4. Hazard warning flasher switch 5. Integrated Control System Drive mode Heater and air conditioner ...

Speedometer and odometer
Speedometer The speedometer indicates vehicle speed in miles per hour (MPH) and kilometers per hour (km/h). Odometer/twin trip odometer The odometer 1 /twin trip odometer 2 are displayed when ...

Other materials:

Ignition signal
Component Function Check 1.INSPECTION START Turn ignition switch OFF, and restart engine. Does the engine start? YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> Proceed to EC-414, "Diagnosis Procedure". 2.IGNITION SIGNAL FUNCTION With CONSULT-III 1. Perform POWER BALANCE in ACTIVE TEST ...

Parking brake switch
Component Function Check 1.CHECK PARKING BRAKE SWITCH OPERATION Operate the parking brake lever. Then check that the brake warning lamp in the combination meter turns ON/ OFF correctly. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Proceed to BRC-70, "Diagno ...

System description
COMPONENT PARTS Circuit Breaker The PTC thermistor generates heat in response to current flow. The temperature (and resistance) of the thermistor element varies with current flow. Excessive current flow will cause the element's temperature to rise. When the temperature reaches a specified level ...