Major Fuses, Relays and Modules... and their locations 2006+ Infiniti M45 M35

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First,we have the interior fusebox. It is located in the left kick panel, beside the parking brake pedal.
You have to remove it and flip it to access the blower relay, for when your A/C vents aren't pushing any air.

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And this is what you actually see
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Then you have the IPDM. It is another fusebox that is located in the engine compartment, behind the battery.

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These are the fuses labelled with their respective end-users
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This is what it looks like outside the engine bay
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This is what you see in the battery compartment
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Here is the layout/location map of the other modules inside the cabin that you might find of use.

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And then, here are the other circuitry components under the hood

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Good info here. Still looking for the Air conditioner clutch relay. The fuse I think is #83 in the image you posted. The manual is pretty all over the place.

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EdBwoy wrote:
Sun Sep 02, 2018 3:51 pm
First,we have the interior fusebox. It is located in the left kick panel, beside the parking brake pedal.
You have to remove it and flip it to access the blower relay, for when your A/C vents aren't pushing any air.
Great content. What I'm hoping someone can help with is showing how to take off the fuse box in the left kick panel so I can remove and replace the Blower Motor Relay. Thanks in advance!

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Fusebox Release.jpg
Here you go. There's another one like it on the top side. The box will slide towards you off the metal mounting tabs when the pawls are released.

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Awesome post! I was hoping to find advice on using a fuse tap to run LED Hood strips when you (Manually) turn on the Headlights, Fog lights, and LED Hood strips at the same time from the switch.
Any advice on which fuse is best to tap into? I am new on here and appreciate all your insight. This is for my 2006 M35.
-Thanks in advance!

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If they're factory fogs then they'll only come on with the low beams, but I'm a little unclear about the exact behavior you're looking for. The parking lamps are always on with any combination of headlights, so you could simply tap a front parking lamp wire. If the strips draw less than an amp then you should be safe powering them directly off an existing circuit, if they draw more then you should use a relay. With a relay, you can also use diodes to achieve various combinations of "only this or that" or "only this plus that". If you can clarify how much they draw and exactly when you want them to function, I can outline the right wiring for you.

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Where is the instrument panel and speedometer fuse on a 2006 m35? I can’t find a label for that on any of the fuses.

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The cluster has 3 power fuses. Fuse #19 is battery, #12 is ignition, #6 is accessory. Most Nissan cluster supplies are diode-OR'ed internally and can light up on power from any of the three, but #12 is the one that tells it to wake up fully. If it isn't lighting up, a problem in that circuit is the most likely culprit.

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Great info here. Thanks. Which relay controls the intermittent wiper function?

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There isn't one that's serviceable, both wiper relays are internal to the IPDM.

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Thanks for the reply. My wipers stopped working in the intermittent position. I have the rain sensing wiper feature & I now understand that it overrides any manual intermittent speed adjustment. So ... off to research rain sensing system failure. :-( There's at least one good thread about it in the forum.

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There was a question posted above which I cannot find an answer to. I am trying ro locate the fuse on a 2007 Infiniti M35 for the Instrument Cluster Lights and speedometer. I can't seem to find this fuse anywhere in the guides.

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Highbrae wrote:
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There was a question posted above which I cannot find an answer to. I am trying ro locate the fuse on a 2007 Infiniti M35 for the Instrument Cluster Lights and speedometer. I can't seem to find this fuse anywhere in the guides.
You can find your cluster wiring diagram here on DI-13:
https://www.nicoclub.com/service-manual ... 5%2Fdi.pdf

There are five different fuses which can affect it, #6, #12, #14, #19, and #21. Those are all in the cabin fusebox, the layout is here on PG-114:
https://www.nicoclub.com/service-manual ... 5%2Fpg.pdf


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