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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: System

METER SYSTEM

METER SYSTEM : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

Combination Meter Input Signal (CAN Communication Signal)

Combination Meter Input Signal

Combination meter input signal

DESCRIPTION

Combination Meter

METER CONTROL FUNCTION LIST

Meter control function list

METER SYSTEM : Fail-safe

The combination meter activates the fail-safe control if the CAN communication lines between each unit are malfunctioning.

Fail-safe

 Fail-safe

SPEEDOMETER

SPEEDOMETER : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

DESCRIPTION

The ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) receives each wheel speed sensor signal and provides a vehicle speed signal to the combination meter via CAN communication lines.

TACHOMETER

TACHOMETER : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

DESCRIPTION

The crank position sensor sends a crankshaft position signal to the ECM. The ECM provides an engine speed signal to the combination meter via CAN communication lines. The tachometer indicates engine speed in revolutions per minute (rpm).

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

DESCRIPTION

The engine coolant temperature sensor sends an engine coolant temperature signal to the ECM. The ECMprovides an engine coolant temperature signal to the combination meter via CAN communication lines. The engine coolant temperature gauge indicates the engine coolant temperature.

FUEL GAUGE

FUEL GAUGE : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

DESCRIPTION

The fuel level sensor unit sends a variable resistor signal to the combination meter. The fuel gauge indicates the approximate fuel level in the fuel tank.

METER ILLUMINATION CONTROL

METER ILLUMINATION CONTROL : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

DESCRIPTION

Meter Illumination Control Function

The operation of the illumination control switch changes brightness of the meter illumination.

Description

METER EFFECT FUNCTION

METER EFFECT FUNCTION : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

ENGINE-START EFFECT FUNCTION

When recognizing an engine start, the combination meter controls the following items for producing the effect:

Meter and Illumination Operations During Engine-start Effect

The combination meter controls the following items during the engine-start effect.

Engine-start effect function

Engine-start effect function

NOTE: The pointers are stopped and illumination is turned off while cranking the engine.

Engine Start Judgement

The combination meter judges “engine-start” and activates the engine-start effect only once when the following operational conditions are all satisfied.

Engine Start Judgement

NOTE: Engine-start effect exits when any of the above operational conditions is cancelled during the engine-start effect.

INFORMATION DISPLAY

INFORMATION DISPLAY : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

FUNCTION

The information display can indicate the following items:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE INDICATION

The combination meter receives the ambient sensor signal and displays the ambient temperature in the information display.

LOOSE FUEL CAP MESSAGE

The LOOSE FUEL CAP message will display in the information display when the fuel-filler cap is not tightened correctly. The message will turn off as soon as the ECM detects the fuel-filler cap is properly tightened. The ECM provides a loose fuel cap signal to the combination meter via CAN communication lines.

LOW TIRE PRESSURE WARNING

This warning appears when the BCM detects low inflation pressure or a system malfunction. The BCM sends a signal to the combination meter via CAN communication to illuminate the low tire pressure warning lamp. In addition, a warning message will be displayed in the vehicle information display.

DOOR OPEN WARNING

This warning appears when the ignition switch is ON and the door is open. The BCM receives a door switch signal from the door open door switch. The BCM sends the door switch signal to the combination meter via CAN communication lines.

LIFTGATE OPEN WARNING

This warning appears when the ignition switch is ON and the liftgate is opened. The BCM receives a back door switch signal from the back door switch. The BCM sends the door switch signal to the combination meter via CAN communication lines.

LOW FUEL WARNING

This warning appears when the fuel level in the fuel tank is low.

LOW WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUID WARNING

When the windshield washer fluid level is low, the washer fluid level switch provides a ground signal to the combination meter and the warning is displayed. Once fluid is added, the switch opens and the warning is no longer displayed.

RELEASE PARKING BRAKE WARNING

When the parking brake is applied, the parking brake switch provides a ground signal to the combination meter. When the vehicle speed is greater than 4 MPH (7 km/h), the message is displayed and the warning chime sounds.

SHIFT POSITION INDICATOR

The combination meter activates the shift position indicator and manual mode information based on signals received from TCM via CAN communication.

LOW OIL PRESSURE WARNING

The low oil pressure warning appears in the information display when the combination meter receives a low engine oil pressure signal from the ECM via CAN communication

WARNING CHECK INDICATION

The combination meter can cause an interrupt on the information display to indicate a warning, based on signals received from each unit and switch.

Refer to Owner’s Manual for additional information display items.

COMPASS

COMPASS : Description

DESCRIPTION

With the ignition switch in the ON position, and the mode or (N) switch ON, the compass display will indicate the direction the vehicle is heading.

Vehicle direction is displayed as follows:

Description

ZONE VARIATION SETTING PROCEDUR

The difference between magnetic north and geographical north can sometimes be great enough to cause false compass readings. This difference is known as variance. In order for the compass to operate properly (accurately) in a particular zone, the zone variation must be calibrated using the following procedure.

Zone Variation Chart

Zone Variation Char

  1. Determine your location on the zone map.
  2.  Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
  3.  Press and hold the (N) switch for about 5 seconds. The current zone number will appear in the display.
  4.  Press the mode or (N) switch repeatedly until the desired zone number appears in the display.

Once the desired zone number is displayed, stop pressing the mode or (N) switch and the display will show a compass direction after a few seconds.

NOTE: Use zone number 5 for Hawaii.

CALIBRATION PROCEDURE

The compass display is equipped with an automatic correction function. If the compass display reads “CAL” or the direction is not shown correctly, perform the correction procedure below.

  1.  Press and hold the (N) switch for about 10 seconds. The display will read “CAL”.
  2.  Drive the vehicle slowly in a circle, in an open, safe place. The initial calibration is completed in about 3 turns.

    NOTE: In places where the terrestrial magnetism is extremely disturbed, the initial correction may start automatically.

Calibration procedure

Component parts
METER SYSTEM METER SYSTEM : Component Parts Location Vehicle front  View of the fuel pump and fuel level sensor inspection hole covers with the rear seat removed.  View of f ...

Operation
Switch Name and Function STEERING SWITCH No. Switch name Operation Description 1 Enter/Up/Down switch Press The information display settings can be changed. ...

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Precaution
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Interior room lamp control circuit
Description Controls each interior room lamp (ground side) by PWM signal. NOTE: PWM signal control period is approximately 250 Hz (in the gradual brightening/dimming). Component Function Check CAUTION: Before performing the diagnosis, check that the following is normal.  Interior ro ...

Audio operation precautions
Compact disc (CD) player CAUTION  Do not force a compact disc into the CD insert slot. This could damage the CD and/or CD player.  Trying to load a CD with the CD door closed could damage the CD and/or CD player.  Only one CD can be loaded into ...

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