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Date Registered: 02-2011
Location: Caboolture, QLD
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T31 Xtrail Fuse Location Guide


Hi to all,
           Given the enquiries we've had of late, we thought it timely to post a guide as to where each fuse is located, it's rating and what it feeds. There are four main locations, the battery post fusible links, the interior fuse box under the lower right dash panel, the engine bay fuse box and the Intelligent Power Distribution Module known as the IPDM. To access the last two, it it necessary to remove the air cleaner snorkle between the front of the vehicle the air box. If you need to remove the IPDM, release the clips around the outside edge and pry uwards. It is about 40mm thick. When replacing it, make sure all the connectors are fairly seated. The pictures here are of a Series 3 but given the same components are used through the entire T31 series, the locations should be the same. This is to serve as a guide to location only and if a fuse is blown the cause still needs to be found. There are a few fuses which I cannot find any information at this point in time. Fusible links ABCD are shown twice to reflect both petrol and diesel models.

 Click here for the PDF. containing the fuse information and click on each picture to get the full size version showing the designation of each fuse.

The battery post fusible links (petrol version)....Image

The Internal Fuse box under the lower right of the dash....Image

Location of the Engine bay fuse box and IPDM....Image

The Engine bay Fuse box....Image

Fuses Under the IPDM....Image

Hope you find the information useful and should you find something different, please let us know.

John

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Just a quick note. This fuse/s layout may not be the same as your overseas model and may only be accurate for Australian models.

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Hi,

I looked everywhere but could not find anything, is there a similar diagram for the T30 available?
My rear wiper does not work and I suspect it's the fuse.

Thanks.


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2006 NISSAN X-TRAIL T30 II MY06 ST-S 40th Anniversary (X1170)
Nudge Bar, Roof Racks, Floor Mats, Dash Cover, Exhaust Extension.
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Check the T30 quick ecu reset thread which has photos of the engine bay fuse boxes which may help you

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Thanks Jalal.

I replaced the fuse and the rear wiper still does not work. Is the motor gone?

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2006 NISSAN X-TRAIL T30 II MY06 ST-S 40th Anniversary (X1170)
Nudge Bar, Roof Racks, Floor Mats, Dash Cover, Exhaust Extension.
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I suggest you run a wire direct from the battery and see of the motor still has any life in it, if not, contact your nearest wrekcer for replacement.

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Date Registered: 05-2013
Location: Ulverstone, Tas
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Got fed up with trying to read the tiny writing on the internal fuse box cover, so I made this up with Excel, and reproduce it here. I keep it in my glove-box :-)

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2009 T31 Srs 2, ST ;Nudge Bar; IPF Driving Lights; Fog Lights;Towbar
Roof Bars;Weathershield; GPS/DVD; Sony Speakers; K&N air filter; LED parkers; Cree reverse lights;Cobalt ally rims; Gas hood struts
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Date Registered: 07-2011
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I didn't see the AC in there. Do you know where that fuse is or which fuse it is?

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Date Registered: 04-2015
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Good Morning Jalalski
Need your help again can you possibly tell me where the 10Amp fuse is for the Heated Seats and also where can i finf the 10Amp fuse for the powered seats on a Ti 2010.
Or are these fuse included in other equipment fuses.

as according to the wiring diagram i have it says Fuse 1 and the powered seats is Fuse 10

as have now located the main 20Amp and 50Amp in the engine bay

Regards Steven From Adelaide
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The fuses for the seats would probably be in the engine bay fuse box. The fuse for the heated seats is in fuse position #31 and it's 20Amp. Check the first post of this thread and look at the PDF file.

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