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BL-1 BODY, LOCK & SECURITY SYSTEM I BODY CONTENTS C D E F G H J K L M SECTION BL A B BL Revision: 2004 November 2004 Murano BODY, LOCK & SECURITY SYSTEM PRECAUTIONS .......................................................... 4 Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TEN- SIONER” ............................................................. ..... 4 Precautions for Work ........................................... ..... 4 Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diag
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  BL-1 BODY, LOCK & SECURITY SYSTEM I BODY CONTENTS CDEFGHJKLM SECTION BL ABBLRevision: 2004 November2004 Murano BODY, LOCK & SECURITY SYSTEM PRECAUTIONS ..........................................................4 Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TEN-SIONER” ..................................................................4Precautions for Work ................................................4Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis ..................4 PREPARATION ...........................................................5 Special Service Tools ...............................................5Commercial Service Tools ........................................5 SQUEAK AND RATTLE TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS ......6 Work Flow ................................................................6CUSTOMER INTERVIEW .....................................6DUPLICATE THE NOISE AND TEST DRIVE .......7CHECK RELATED SERVICE BULLETINS ...........7LOCATE THE NOISE AND IDENTIFY THE ROOT CAUSE ......................................................7REPAIR THE CAUSE ...........................................7CONFIRM THE REPAIR .......................................8Generic Squeak and Rattle Troubleshooting ...........8INSTRUMENT PANEL ..........................................8CENTER CONSOLE .............................................8DOORS .................................................................8TRUNK ..................................................................9SUNROOF/HEADLINING .....................................9SEATS ...................................................................9UNDERHOOD .......................................................9Diagnostic Worksheet ............................................10 HOOD .......................................................................12 Fitting Adjustment ..................................................12LONGITUDINAL AND LATERAL CLEARANCE ADJUSTMENT ....................................................13FRONT END HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ...............13SURFACE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ...................13Removal and Installation of Hood Assembly ..........14REMOVAL ...........................................................14INSTALLATION ...................................................14Removal and Installation of Hood Lock Control .....15REMOVAL ...........................................................15INSTALLATION ...................................................16Hood Lock Control Inspection ................................16 RADIATOR CORE SUPPORT ..................................18 Removal and Installation ........................................18REMOVAL ...........................................................18INSTALLATION ...................................................20 FRONT FENDER ......................................................21 Removal and Installation ........................................21REMOVAL ...........................................................21INSTALLATION ...................................................21 POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM ..............................22 Component Parts and Harness Connector Location ...22System Description .................................................23POWER WINDOW SERIAL LINK .......................24OUTLINE .............................................................24CAN Communication System Description ..............25CAN Communication Unit .......................................25Schematic ...............................................................26Wiring Diagram -D/LOCK- ......................................27FIG. 1 ...................................................................27FIG. 2 ...................................................................28FIG. 3 ...................................................................29FIG. 4 ...................................................................30FIG. 5 ...................................................................31Terminals and Reference Value for BCM ...............32Work Flow ...............................................................32CONSULT-II Function .............................................33CONSULT-II BASIC OPERATION PROCEDURE ...33CONSULT-II APPLICATION ITEMS ....................34Trouble Diagnoses Chart by Symptom ...................35Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check ...............36Check Door Switch .................................................37CHECK DOOR SWITCH (EXCEPT BACK DOOR SWITCH) .............................................................37CHECK BACK DOOR SWITCH ..........................39Check Key Switch ...................................................41Check Door Lock and Unlock Switch .....................43Check Door Lock Actuator (Driver Side) ................45Check Door Lock Actuator (Passenger side and Rear LH/RH) ...........................................................46Check Back Door Opener Actuator ........................46  BL-2 Revision: 2004 November2004 MuranoCheck Door Key Cylinder Switch (Lock) .................47Check Door Key Cylinder Switch (Unlock) .............48Check Fuel Lid Lock Actuator (Lock) ......................49Check Fuel Lid Lock Actuator (Unlock) ..................50Check Fuel Lid Lock Actuator (Lock and Unlock) ...51 REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM .....................52 Component Parts and Harness Connector Location ...52System Description .................................................53INPUTS ...............................................................53OPERATED PROCEDURE .................................54CAN Communication System Description ..............56CAN Communication Unit .......................................56Schematic ...............................................................57Wiring Diagram — KEYLES— ................................58FIG. 1 ...................................................................58FIG. 2 ...................................................................59FIG. 3 ...................................................................60Terminals and Reference Value for BCM ................61Terminals and Reference Value for IPDM E/R ........61CONSULT-II Function .............................................62CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure .........................62“MULTI REMOTE ENT” .......................................62CONSULT-II Application Items ...............................63“MULTI REMOTE CONTENT” .............................63Work Flow ...............................................................65Trouble Diagnosis Chart by Symptom ....................66Check Key Fob Battery ...........................................67Check Key Fob Function ........................................67Check ACC Power Supply Circuit ..........................68Check Door Switch .................................................69CHECK DOOR SWITCH (EXCEPT BACK DOOR SWITCH) .............................................................69CHECK BACK DOOR SWITCH ..........................71Check Key Switch ...................................................73Check IPDM E/R Operation ....................................75Check Hazard Function ..........................................75Check Horn Function ..............................................75Check Headlamp Function .....................................76Check Room Lamp and Ignition Keyhole Illumina-tion Function ...........................................................76ID Code Entry Procedure .......................................77KEY FOB ID SET UP WITH CONSULT-II ...........77KEY FOB ID SET UP WITHOUT CONSULT-II ....79Key Fob Battery Replacement ................................80 DOOR ........................................................................81 Fitting Adjustment ...................................................81FRONT DOOR ....................................................81REAR DOOR .......................................................81STRIKER ADJUSTMENT ....................................82Removal and Installation of Front Door ..................82REMOVAL ...........................................................82INSTALLATION ....................................................83Removal and Installation of Rear Door ...................83REMOVEL ...........................................................83INSTALLATION ....................................................84Door Weatherstrip ...................................................84REMOVAL ...........................................................84INSTALLATION ....................................................84 FRONT DOOR LOCK ...............................................85 Component Structure ..............................................85Removal and Installation .........................................85REMOVAL ............................................................85INSTALLATION ....................................................87Disassembly and Assembly ....................................88DOOR KEY CYLINDER ASSEMBLY ...................88 REAR DOOR LOCK ..................................................89 Component Structure ..............................................89Removal and Installation .........................................89REMOVAL ............................................................89INSTALLATION ....................................................91 BACK DOOR .............................................................92 Fitting Adjustment ...................................................92VERTICAL/LATERAL CLEARANCE ADJUST-MENT ...................................................................92Back Door Assembly ...............................................93REMOVAL ............................................................93INSTALLATION ....................................................94INSPECTION .......................................................94Removal and Installation of Back Door Striker ........94REMOVAL ............................................................94INSTALLATION ....................................................94Removal and Installation of Back Door Stay ...........94REMOVAL ............................................................94INSTALLATION ....................................................95Removal and Installation of Back Door Weatherstrip ...95 BACK DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY .............................96 Removal and Installation of Back Door Lock ..........96REMOVAL ............................................................96INSTALLATION ....................................................96INSPECTION .......................................................96Removal and Installation of Back Door Outside Han-dle ...........................................................................97REMOVAL ............................................................97INSTALLATION ....................................................97Disassembly and Assembly of Back Door Lock & Back door Lock Actuator .........................................97DISASSEMBLY ....................................................97ASSEMBLY ..........................................................97 VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM ...98 Component Parts and Harness Connector Location ...98System Description .................................................99DESCRIPTION ....................................................99POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND .....................100INITIAL CONDITION TO ACTIVATE THE SYS-TEM ...................................................................100VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM ALARM OPER-ATION ................................................................100VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM DEACTIVATION .100PANIC ALARM OPERATION .............................101CAN Communication System Description ............101CAN Communication Unit .....................................101Schematic .............................................................102Wiring Diagram -VEHSEC- ...................................103FIG. 1 .................................................................103FIG. 2 .................................................................104FIG. 3 .................................................................105FIG. 4 .................................................................106FIG. 5 .................................................................107  BL-3 CDEFGHJKLMABBLRevision: 2004 November2004 MuranoTerminals and Reference Value for BCM .............108Terminals and Reference Value for IPDM E/R .....108CONSULT-II Function ..........................................109CONSULT-II INSPECTION PROCEDURE .......109CONSULT-II APPLICATION ITEM .....................110Trouble Diagnosis .................................................111WORK FLOW .....................................................111Preliminary Check .................................................112Symptom Chart .....................................................113Diagnostic Procedure 1 .........................................1141 – 1 DOOR SWITCH CHECK ...........................1141 – 2 BACK DOOR SWITCH CHECK ................116Diagnostic Procedure 2 .........................................118SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP CHECK ............118Diagnostic Procedure 3 .........................................119FRONT DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH CHECK ...............................................................119Diagnostic Procedure 4 .........................................119VEHICLE SECURITY HORN ALARM CHECK ..119Diagnostic Procedure 5 .........................................119VEHICLE SECURITY HEADLAMP ALARM CHECK ...............................................................119Diagnostic Procedure 6 .........................................119DOOR LOCK AND UNLOCK SWITCH CHECK ..119 NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS) ......................................................................120 Component Parts and Harness Connector Location .120System Description ..............................................121System Composition ............................................122ECM Re-communicating Function .......................122Wiring Diagram — NATS — .................................123Terminals and Reference Value for BCM .............124CONSULT-II .........................................................124CONSULT-II INSPECTION PROCEDURE .......124CONSULT-II DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE FUNC-TION ..................................................................125HOW TO READ SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS .126NVIS (NATS) SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS ITEM CHART ....................................................126Work Flow ............................................................127Trouble Diagnoses ...............................................128SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1 .........................128SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 2 .........................129DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM DIAGRAM ..................129Diagnostic Procedure 1 ........................................130Diagnostic Procedure 2 ........................................131Diagnostic Procedure 3 ........................................132Diagnostic Procedure 4 ........................................134Diagnostic Procedure 5 ........................................135Diagnostic Procedure 6 ........................................136How to Replace NATS Antenna Amp. ..................137 INTEGRATED HOMELINK TRANSMITTER ...........138 Wiring Diagram —TRNSCV— ..............................138Trouble Diagnoses ...............................................139DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE ............................139 BODY REPAIR ........................................................141 Body Exterior Paint Color .....................................141Body Component Parts ........................................142UNDERBODY COMPONENT PARTS ..............142BODY COMPONENT PARTS ...........................144Corrosion Protection .............................................146DESCRIPTION ..................................................146ANTI-CORROSIVE WAX ..................................147UNDERCOATING ..............................................148STONE GUARD COAT .....................................149Body Sealing ........................................................150DESCRIPTION ..................................................150Body Construction ................................................153BODY CONSTRUCTION ..................................153Body Alignment ....................................................154BODY CENTER MARKS ...................................154PANEL PARTS MATCHING MARKS .................155DESCRIPTION ..................................................156ENGINE COMPARTMENT ................................157UNDERBODY ...................................................159PASSENGER COMPARTMENT .......................161REAR BODY .....................................................163Handling Precautions For Plastics ........................165HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR PLASTICS ..165LOCATION OF PLASTIC PARTS ......................166Precautions In Repairing High Strength Steel ......168HIGH STRENGTH STEEL (HSS) USED IN NIS-SAN VEHICLES ................................................168Replacement Operations ......................................171DESCRIPTION ..................................................171HOODLEDGE ...................................................174HOODLEDGE (PARTIAL REPLACEMENT) .....175FRONT SIDE MEMBER ....................................176FRONT SIDE MEMBER (PARTIAL REPLACE-MENT) ...............................................................178FRONT PILLAR .................................................179CENTER PILLAR ..............................................181OUTER SILL .....................................................183REAR FENDER .................................................185REAR PANEL ....................................................187REAR FLOOR REAR ........................................188REAR SIDE MEMBER EXTENSION .................190  BL-4PRECAUTIONS Revision: 2004 November2004 Murano PRECAUTIONS PFP:00001 Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”  AIS001TQ  The Supplemental Restraint System such as “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”, used alongwith a front seat belt, helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certaintypes of collision. This system includes seat belt switch inputs and dual stage front air bag modules. The SRSsystem uses the seat belt switches to determine the front air bag deployment, and may only deploy one frontair bag, depending on the severity of a collision and whether the front occupants are belted or unbelted.Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the SRS and SB section of this Service Man-ual. WARNING:  To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could increase the risk of personal injury or deathin the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation, all maintenance must be per-formed by an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer.  Improper maintenance, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, can lead to per-sonal injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. For removal of Spiral Cable and AirBag Module, see the SRS section.  Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in thisService Manual. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses orharness connectors. Precautions for Work  AIS001TR   After removing and installing the opening/closing parts, be sure to carry out fitting adjustments to checktheir operation.  Check the lubrication level, damage, and wear of each part. If necessary, grease or replace it. Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis  AIS001TS  When you read wiring diagrams, refer to the following:  GI-14, How to Read Wiring Diagrams  PG-3, POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT When you perform trouble diagnosis, refer to the following:  GI-10, HOW TO FOLLOW TEST GROUPS IN TROUBLE DIAGNOSES  GI-26, How to Perform Efficient Diagnosis for an Electrical Incident Check for any Service bulletins before servicing the vehicle.
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