Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Operation

Autmatic speed control device (ASCD) : Switch Name and Function

SWITCHES AND INDICATORS

NOTE

:
Shared with speed limiter switch.

1. CRUISE indicator lamp


1. CRUISE indicator lamp 2. SET indicator lamp
3. CANCEL switch
4. Speed limiter MAIN switch 5. ASCD MAIN switch
6. SET / − switch (SET / COAST)
7. RES switch (RESUME)
8. SET / + switch (SET / ACCELERATE)

A. On the combination meter B. On the steering wheel

SET SPEED RANGE

ASCD system can be set the following vehicle speed.

SWITCH OPERATION


SWITCH OPERATION

CANCEL CONDITION


CANCEL CONDITION

When any of following conditions exist, the cruise operation is canceled.

- CANCEL switch is pressed.

- ASCD MAIN switch is pressed. (Set speed is cleared.) - Speed limiter MAIN switch is pressed. (Set speed is cleared.) - More than two switches at ASCD steering switch are pressed at the same time.

- Brake pedal is depressed.

- Shift lever position is changed to neutral or reverse.

- Clutch pedal is depressed.

- TCS system is operated.

- Parking brake lever is operated.

When the ECM detects any of the following conditions, the ECM cancels the cruise operation and informs the driver by blinking CRUISE indicator lamp.

- Malfunction for some self-diagnoses regarding ASCD system. SET indicator lamp is blinked quickly.

Speed limiter : Switch Name and Function

SWITCHES AND INDICATORS

NOTE

:
Shared with ASCD switch.

1. Speed limiter indicator lamp


1. Speed limiter indicator lamp 2. SET indicator lamp
3. Set speed indicator (On the information display) 4. Speed limiter MAIN switch 5. Speed limiter MAIN switch 6. ASCD MAIN switch
7. SET / − switch (SET / COAST)
8. RES switch (RESUME)
9. SET / + switch (SET / ACCELERATE)

A. On the combination meter B. On the steering wheel

SET SPEED RANGE

Speed limiter system can be set the following vehicle speed.

SWITCH OPERATION


SWITCH OPERATION

CANCEL CONDITION


CANCEL CONDITION

When any of following conditions exist, speed limiter control is canceled.

- Speed limiter MAIN switch is pressed. (Set speed is cleared.) - ASCD MAIN switch is pressed. (Set speed is cleared.) - CANCEL switch is pressed.

When accelerator pedal is fully depressed (Kickdown), speed limiter control is temporarily released. And driver can be driven above set speed (Set speed indicator is blinked).

When the ECM detects any of the following conditions, the ECM cancels the speed limiter operation and informs the driver by blinking speed limiter indicator lamp and SET indicator lamp.

- Malfunction for some self-diagnosis regarding ASCD system.

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