Nissan Altima 2007-2012 Service Manual: BCM

Diagnosis Procedure

1. CHECK FUSE AND FUSIBLE LINK

Check if the following BCM fuse or fusible link are blown.

Is the fuse or fusible link blown? YES >> Replace the blown fuse or fusible link after repairing the affected circuit.

NO >> GO TO 2

2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT

1. Turn ignition switch OFF.

2. Disconnect BCM.

3. Check voltage between BCM harness connector and ground.

Is the measurement normal? YES >> GO TO 3

NO >> Repair or replace harness.

3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT

Check continuity between BCM harness connector and ground.

Does continuity exist? YES >> Inspection End.

NO >> Repair or replace harness.

Special Repair Requirement

1. REQUIRED WORK WHEN REPLACING BCM

Initialize control unit. Refer to BCS-6, "CONFIGURATION (BCM) : Special Repair Requirement".

>> Work End.

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