Nissan Maxima Service and Repair Manual: Inspection and adjustment

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REMOVING BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REMOVING BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL : Description

Initial setting is necessary when battery terminal is removed.

CAUTION: The following specified operations are not performed under the non-initialized condition.

  • Auto-up operation
  • Anti-pinch function
  • Retained power operation

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REMOVING BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL : Special Repair Requirement

INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE

  1. Disconnect battery negative terminal or main power window and door lock/unlock switch connector.

    Reconnect it after a minute or more.

  2. Turn ignition switch ON.
  3. Operate power window switch to fully open the window. (This operation is unnecessary if the window is already fully open)
  4. Continue pulling the power window switch UP (AUTO-UP operation). Even after glass stops at fully closed position, keep pulling the switch for 4 seconds or more.
  5. Inspect anti-pinch function.

CHECK ANTI-PINCH FUNCTION

  1. Fully open the door window.
  2. Place a piece of wood near fully closed position.
  3. Close door glass completely with AUTO-UP.
  • Check that glass lowers for approximately 150 mm (5.91 in) or 2 seconds without pinching piece of wood and stops.
  • Check that glass does not rise when operating the main power window and door lock/unlock switch while lowering.

CAUTION:

  • Do not check with hands and other parts of the body because they may be pinched. Do not get pinched.
  • Check that AUTO-UP operates before inspection when system initialization is performed.
  • It may switch to fail-safe mode if open/close operation is performed continuously. Perform initial setting in that situation. Refer to PWC-53, "Fail Safe".
  • Perform initial setting when auto-up operation or anti-pinch function does not operate normally.
  • Finish initial setting. Otherwise, next operation cannot be done.
  1. Auto-up operation
  2. Anti-pinch function
  3. Retained power operation when ignition switch is OFF.

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REPLACING CONTROL UNIT

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REPLACING CONTROL UNIT : Description

Initial setting is necessary when replacing main power window and door lock/unlock switch.

CAUTION: The following specified operations are not performed under the non-initialized condition.

  • Auto-up operation
  • Anti-pinch function
  • Retained power operation

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REPLACING CONTROL UNIT : Special Repair Requirement

INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE

  1. Disconnect battery negative terminal or main power window and door lock/unlock switch connector.

    Reconnect it after a minute or more.

  2. Turn ignition switch ON.
  3. Operate power window switch to fully open the window. (This operation is unnecessary if the window is already fully open)
  4. Continue pulling the power window switch UP (AUTO-UP operation). Even after glass stops at fully closed position, keep pulling the switch for 4 seconds or more.
  5. Inspect anti-pinch function.

CHECK ANTI-PINCH FUNCTION

  1. Fully open the door window.
  2. Place a piece of wood near fully closed position.
  3. Close door glass completely with AUTO-UP.
  • Check that glass lowers for approximately 150 mm (5.91 in) or 2 seconds without pinching piece of wood and stops.
  • Check that glass does not rise when operating the main power window and door lock/unlock switch while lowering.

CAUTION:

  • Do not check with hands and other parts of the body because they may be pinched. Do not get pinched.
  • Check that AUTO-UP operates before inspection when system initialization is performed.
  • It may switch to fail-safe mode if open/close operation is performed continuously. Perform initial setting in that situation. Refer to PWC-53, "Fail Safe".
  • Perform initial setting when auto-up operation or anti-pinch function does not operate normally.
  • Finish initial setting. Otherwise, next operation cannot be done.
  1. Auto-up operation
  2. Anti-pinch function
  3. Retained power operation when ignition switch is OFF.
    Diagnosis and repair workflow

    System description