Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : System

Starting system (with intelligent key) : System Diagram

*1: M/T models


*1: M/T models
*2: CVT models

Starting system (with intelligent key) : System Description

CVT MODELS

When selector lever is P or N, power is supplied to starter relay and starter control relay by transmission range switch. And BCM and IPDM E/R (CPU) detect selector lever P/N condition by the inputted signal.

When starter operating condition is satisfied, IPDM E/R turns starter control relay ON by starter control relay control signal.

When engine cranking condition is satisfied, BCM turns starter relay ON by starter control relay control signal.

Then battery power is supplied to starter motor (S terminal) through starter control relay and starter relay.

M/T MODELS

When the ignition switch is turned ON or START position power is supplied to starter relay and starter control relay. And BCM and IPDM E/R (CPU) detect ignition switch position by the inputted signal.

When starter operating condition is satisfied, IPDM E/R turns starter control relay ON by starter control relay control signal.

When engine cranking condition is satisfied, BCM turns starter relay ON by starter control relay control signal.

Then battery power is supplied to starter motor (S terminal) through starter control relay and starter relay.

Starting system (without intelligent key) : System Diagram

*1: M/T models


*1: M/T models
*2: CVT model

Starting system (without intelligent key) : System Description

CVT MODELS

When selector lever is P or N, power is supplied to starter control relay by transmission range switch. And IPDM E/R (CPU) detect selector lever P/N condition by the inputted signal.

When engine cranking condition is satisfied, then battery power is supplied to starter motor (S terminal) through starter control relay.

M/T MODELS

When ignition switch is START position, battery power is supplied to starter motor (S terminal).

    Component parts
    Starting system (with intelligent key) : Component Parts Location 1. IPDM E/R Refer to PCS-5, "Component Parts Location". 2. Transmission range switch (CVT models) Refer to TM-131, & ...

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    Component parts
    Component Parts Location LHD 2WD 1. ECM Refer to EC-25, "ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM : Component Parts Location" (MR16DDT), EC-455, "ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM : Component Parts Location" (HR16DE), EC-813, "Component Parts Location" (K9K). 2. TCM*1 Refer to TM-314, ...

    Removal and Installation
    REMOVAL 1. Disconnect accelerator pedal position sensor harness connector. 2. Loosen mounting bolts, and remove accelerator pedal assembly. CAUTION: Never disassemble accelerator pedal assembly. Never remove accelerator pedal position sensor from accelerator pedal assembly. Avoid impac ...

    Changing wheels and tires
    Tire rotation NISSAN recommends rotating the tires every 5,000 miles (8,000 km). (See Flat tire  for tire replacing procedures.) As soon as possible, tighten the wheel nuts to the specified torque with a torque wrench. Wheel nut tightening torque: 80 ft-lb (108 Nm) The wheel nuts ...