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Old 08-31-2011, 03:10 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Central Power Window Switch Light

The central lock window switch light of my 06 does not illuminate. Is this a fuse or bulb issue? Could someone help out?

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Default Re: Central Power Window Sitch Light

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The central lock window switch light of my 06 does not illuminate. Is this a fuse or bulb issue? Could someone help out?
Are the other switches lit? If the switches work, then it isn't a fuse issues. Post up a pic, as I'm not sure what exactly that you are talking about.
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Default Re: Central Power Window Sitch Light

Thanks. The other switches light up. I'm talking about the set of swithes on the door of the driver's side. The two topmost of these swithes control the central door lock, and the central window lock. The central window lock is on the left-hand side. It's the light that illuminates this switch that does not turn on.
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Default Re: Central Power Window Sitch Light

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Thanks. The other switches light up. I'm talking about the set of swithes on the door of the driver's side. The two topmost of these swithes control the central door lock, and the central window lock. The central window lock is on the left-hand side. It's the light that illuminates this switch that does not turn on.
Only 5 buttons should be lit on that switch panel:

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The top-left switch is NOT illuminated.
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Default Re: Central Power Window Sitch Light

Here's the circuit board:

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Only 5 LEDs...not 6.
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Default Re: Central Power Window Sitch Light

The "Window Lock Button" does not light up.

First thing I noticed when I got my Machine. I guess that is one way of saving money during manufacturing.
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Default Re: Central Power Window Sitch Light

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Only 5 buttons should be lit on that switch panel:

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The top-left switch is NOT illuminated.
Many thanks pal. It was as much that I've restrained myself from tinkering with the panel. I've had the car for a year now, and my curiosity was beginning to get the better of me.
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Default Re: Central Power Window Switch Light

Yeap only 5 buttons.
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Default Re: Central Power Window Sitch Light

I've got no clue what the thought process was on that...I found it kind of odd too!
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Default Re: Central Power Window Sitch Light

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I've got no clue what the thought process was on that...I found it kind of odd too!
Thundershott was probably right. This perhaps was "one way of saving money during manufacturing." Remove one 1 LED from several thousands manufactured Maxima, and Nissan saves itself many tens of $$$!

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Thundershott was probably right. This perhaps was "one way of saving money during manufacturing." Remove one 1 LED from several thousands manufactured Maxima, and Nissan saves itself many tens of $$$!
NOTHING would surprise me!
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