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Cold start problems - cranks but no start 5- 10 x

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Low Beam Operation With the lighting switch in 2ND position, the BCM receives input requesting the headlamps to illuminate. This input is communicated to the IPDM E/R across the CAN communication lines. The CPU of the IPDM E/R controls the headlamp low relay coil. When energized, this relay directs power ? through 15A fuse (No. 36, located in the IPDM E/R) ? through IPDM E/R terminal 20 ? to headlamp RH terminal 1, and ? through 15A fuse (No. 45, located in the IPDM E/R) ? through IPDM E/R terminal 30 ? to headlamp LH terminal 1. Ground is supplied ? to headlamp RH terminal 2 ? to headlamp LH terminal 2 ? through grounds E15 and E24. With power and ground supplied, low beam headlamps illuminate.

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https://carmanuals2.com/brand/nissan/altima-2006-4924

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