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Date Registered: 02-2011
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T31 Series 3 Fog lamp Installation using Nissan kit


This DIY guide is to assist with the installation of the Nissan B61E0JG100 fog lamp kit into a Series 3. Use it conjunction with the diagram that comes with the kit and make sure you also have a 15 Amp mini fuse to complete the installation. You will require T20 Torx driver, #1 pozidriver, an 8mm socket and small ratchet, and a couple of flat blade drivers.
1: Remove the 3 scrivetts holding the wheel arch cover as shown. I also removed the screw immediately in front of the tyre to give the panel a bit more movement. This doesn’t remove the panel completely but will allow you to get your arm in at least. Do this on both sides. Remove also the air intake duct by removing the 4 scivetts near the bonnet catch and with a screw driver down each side where the duct meets the air box, pull the duct away.
2: Remove the two blanks by prizing them out using a flat blade. Tried pushing from the inside without any luck. Place your arm up from underneath and locate the wiring, Pop it out through the hole.
3: Starting on the RHS, connect the plug and push the lamp into the cut out. Use your hand up inside the guard to ensure the cable doesn’t get fouled behind the lamp. The screw can be threaded in by going down from the top just in front of windscreen washer reservoir. Use the socket to tighten.
4: The process is fairly similar for the LHS as there is enough room to get your arm down from the top with the air duct removed.
5: The Series 3 has a tilt steering wheel, release it and let it tilt down. There are only two screws to remove from the covers on the steering column, these are about 20 mm back from the wheel and are pozidrive. Use a flat blade to prize the top and bottom halves apart.
6: Replace the indicator stalk by pressing the two tabs in on the side and pulling the unit out. Don’t worry about the wiring connection as it is a part of the mounting. Replace the unit making sure the tabs clip into place.
7: Remove the cover over the internal fuse box just under the Electronic stabilizer switch panel. There are 3 rows of fuses, place your Mini 15 amp fuse in the second position middle row. The diagram on the panel lid calls this Driving Lts. Turn your parkers on and then the new Fog / Driving lamp switch. If all is good you should have lights and you will even have the icon in the instrument cluster.
8: Check the alignment of your lamps. Mine were good enough as they were without adjustment. Replace the covers over the column, replace the scrivetts in the bottom panels and replace the air the air ducting.
Hope you find this guide useful.

Regards John
Series 3, Diamond Black CVT, Bonnet and headlight Protectors, FOG LAMPS

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Thanks John,

Do the fog lights come with the mounting bracket attached to them or are the mounting brackets already fitted on the car?

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Hi Jalal,
           The mounting for the lamps is a part of the the nose assembly, nothing to do there.
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Its exactly the same as I remember when I didi my foggies for the series 1.

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Is the part number the same for the Series 1 Tony? That way Series 3 & 4 owners can shop around by part number rather than asking the dealer for a specific one to suit the Series 3 and 4 which would most probably cost more due to it being a new model.

Am sure the steering stalk would be the same.

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Here are the part numbers for both L/H drive and R/H drive Series 1 and 2 X Trails.

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Thanks Tony, that confirms that the fog lights are the same for all T31 models (RHD).

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Hi all,

Just a quick check....I'm installing a genuine fog light kit into my X-Trail today and I notice the first step in the instructions is to disconnect the battery.

Is this really necessary? Will my radio need the PIN code afterwards?

Thanks

Paul.

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Paul,
I didn't disconect my battery when I installed mine. Its all plug and play. Just make sure your keys are out of the ignition.
The series 1 and 2 X Trails do need the PIN code after battery disconected, but from series 3 on, I'm pretty sure you don't need a PIN, just check to see if you have a PIN first, or ring Nissan with your VIN number.
This is a dead easy install and should only take 15 minutes to do.
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Tony, only those T31s that have the Sat Nav don't require a PIN after disconnecting the battery and as far as I am aware, the 2011 ST still has exactly the same head-unit as the one in the Series 1 and 2, so it may need the PIN.

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