Service Nissan Sunny with 1991 on 1997 of release in a body n-14.
1. The maintenance instruction
2. Maintenance service
3. Engines
4. Cooling system
5. Heating and ventilation system
6. Fuel and an exhaust system
7. System of start-up of the engine
8. Coupling
9. Transmissions
10. Semiaxes
11. Brakes
12. Suspension brackets and a steering
13. A body
14. An electric equipment
14.1. Specifications
14.2. Detection of malfunctions
14.2.1. Chain rupture
14.2.2. Short circuit
14.2.3. Check of reliability of grounding
14.3. Safety locks and the relay
14.4. Switches
14.5. Lamps of external illumination
14.6. Lamps of internal illumination
14.7. Devices of external illumination
14.8. Adjustment of headlights
14.9. The panel of devices
14.10. A sound signal
14.11. A cable of a drive of a speedometer
14.12. The lever of brushes of a screen wiper
14.13. The electric drive of a cleaner of a windscreen
14.14. The electric drive of a cleaner of back glass
14.15. Details of screen wipers
14.16. A radio tape recorder
14.17. Dynamics
14.18. The aerial
14.19. Pillows of system of safety
14.20. Electric equipment schemes



14.2.1. Chain rupture

For search of rupture of a chain connect one of щупов a control bulb to the negative plug of the accumulator or (weight) of the car.

Connect the second щуп to connection in a checked chain, it is desirable located as it is possible more close to the accumulator or a safety lock.

Submit pressure on a chain. Do not forget that pressure is present at some chains only if to turn a key in the ignition lock in certain position.

If pressure is present (about what the lighted up control bulb will testify or voltmeter indications), it means that the chain part between connection and the accumulator is serviceable.

Continue check of other part of a chain in the same way.

When you will find a point where pressure is absent, it means that the malfunction source lies between this point and last point where pressure was present. The majority of problems is caused by bad connection.

14.2. Detection of malfunctions

14.2.2. Short circuit