Nissan Altima 2007-2012 Service Manual: Power window main switch

Reference Value

TERMINAL LAYOUT

PHYSICAL VALUES

MAIN POWER WINDOW AND DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH

Wiring Diagram

Fail Safe

FAIL-SAFE CONTROL

Switches to fail-safe control when malfunction is detected in encoder signal that detects up/down speed and direction of door glass. Switches to fail-safe control when error beyond regulation value is detected between the fully closed position and the actual position of the glass.

It changes to condition before initialization and the following functions do not operate when switched to failsafe control.

• Auto-up operation

• Anti-pinch function

• Retained power function

Perform initial operation to recover when switched to fail-safe mode. However, it switches back to fail-safe control when malfunction is found in power window switch or in motor.

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