2000 NISSAN FRONTIER FUSE DIAGRAM
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2000 Nissan Frontier - Electrical System (Section EL
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2000 Nissan Frontier: amp Cab box - JustAnswer
I need to replace the 100 amp fusible link for the battery in my wife's 2000 Nissan Frontier (4-door and I think Crew - Answered by a verified NissanHello and thank you for using JustAnswer These fusible links can be a bit tricky. First thing you need to do is un secure the really and fusible link panel from the fender. This way you can move it around a little bit. On the one side that is open, the is a plastic flap that you will need to pop down to gain access to the 8 mm bolt for the one side of the link. Then, you will need to separate the relays panel from the fusible link panel, so you can get to the other 8 mm bolt on the other side. You will need a small flat head screw drive to pop the snap locks. If you have any more questions on this, please feel free to ask. I will be out for a few hours this evening, but will be back around 9 pm EST. Thanks Jay!The fuse side of that box, slides upwards. So if you can't free up the relay part, try to slide and unlock the fusible link part. I will be on tomorrow evening around 8 or 9 pm EST, if you need further assistance. Thanks Jay!Perfect images. Thank you! Ok, so you got the bolt out with the side with the flap. With a small flat head you now need to separate the fuse block with the relays. I put arrows on where is separates. Then you can get the other 10 mm bolt for the fusible link. If you have any more questions on this, please feel free to ask. Thanks Jay!To disable the alarm, put that fuse back in, and put the key in the drivers door and lock and unlock it and that should turn off the alarm. I am glad the video help you. Thanks Jay!IS this the main fuseable link that is blown?Is so the main fusible link has a bolt on each side of it securing it to the fuse block. The relay part of it, unhooks from the fuse part so you can access one side of the bolt, and on the other side, you will see a plastic flap to get at the otherIs this the one you are changing?So if you unscrew the fuseable links all of these pieces will not come out as a whole?The main fusible link has a bolt on each side of it securing it to the fuse block. The relay part of it, unhooks from the fuse part so you can access one side of the bolt, and on the other side, you will see a plastic flap to get at the other it needs to be unscrewed.It is secured by two 10 or 8 mm bolts, one on each side. The relays have to be disconnected from the fuse block to access the on side of the link, and there is a little flap on the other side to gain access to the other boltve the flap to get to one bolt and the relays to get to the other if we are talking about the same fuseable link.Can you do me a favor so I can better instruct you, can you take a picture of the fuse box and show me what you are talking about. Which side you have gotten the screw out and which side you are having problems with. Let me know, Thanks Jay!