Windscreen washer fuse location

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Jimbobear
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Windscreen washer fuse location

Postby Jimbobear » Sat Sep 17, 2022 10:09 am

Hi, my 2010 G37's windscreen washer has stopped working.
I cannot locate the fuse in either of the 2 fuse boxes, under the bonnet and at drivers footwell.
Has anyone had the same problem?
Many thanks


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Rogue One
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Re: Windscreen washer fuse location

Postby Rogue One » Sat Sep 17, 2022 10:37 am

:welcome:

Sorry to hear that your car is having trouble. I'm not all too well versed in your vehicle, but can offer an option for you. We have many of the Factory Service Manuals available free to members. Here's the link to the FSM for your car:
https://www.nicoclub.com/service-manual ... %2Ffwd.pdf

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Re: Windscreen washer fuse location

Postby Jimbobear » Sat Sep 17, 2022 10:54 am

Thank you

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Re: Windscreen washer fuse location

Postby VStar650CL » Sun Sep 18, 2022 6:45 am

Like most Nissan products, your wipers are driven by the IPDM on a CANbus command from the BCM, while the washer motor is driven directly off a grounding circuit built into the combination switch stalk. So the two systems are pretty much completely separate, and the washer motor and switch stalk are the "weak links" in the washer system. You can see your wiring diagram on WW-23 here...
https://www.nicoclub.com/service-manual ... 0%2FWW.pdf
...and the fuse locations starting on PG-115 here:
https://www.nicoclub.com/service-manual ... 0%2FPG.pdf
In this case the washer fuse is #47 in the IPDM. Assuming your plumbing is good, if the fuse is blown then the great likelihood is the motor is shot or stalled, causing it draw to excessive startup current. If it isn't blown then the great likelihood is the motor is open-circuit or the switch contacts in the stalk are burned up.


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