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    Posted: 15 Feb 2010 at 6:49pm
Hi,
I have a Nissan Primera P12 Saloon 07/2002.
My dashboard lights keep going on and off whilst driving or when stopped.
when they go off the speedometer stays at the speed i was going and the odometer the same. I have no display within the car at all. Indicator/handbrake lights dont go on. Nothing works except the radio. 
I've been to Nissan electrician and he changed the immobiliser (whatever that is) for 400 euros, but nothing, still the same. He now changed all the instruments on the dash board ( speedometer + odometer) and again nothing. Its costing me a fortune and i am under the impression he doesn't know how to fix it, so thats why i'm here. hope someone can help me.
 
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check all the fuses
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Originally posted by norbert eggcup norbert eggcup wrote:

check all the fuses
Thanks for your info, will check and get back with the results.
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Originally posted by panichri panichri wrote:

Originally posted by norbert eggcup norbert eggcup wrote:

check all the fuses
Thanks for your info, will check and get back with the results.
All fuses are ok. No problem there.
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Is it the same fault as this? http://www.npoc.co.uk/forum/topic30636.html
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Originally posted by imckay imckay wrote:

Is it the same fault as this? http://www.npoc.co.uk/forum/topic30636.html
Thank you for your reply, I have exactly the same problem as he does, but can you tell me which one fuse 12 is, as I have no idea.
As you open the bonnet the fuses are towards the right side, behind the radiator near the battery. All of them are ok, but they dont have numbers?
If you can please advise me, i would be grateful to you.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote panichri Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Feb 2010 at 7:35pm
Originally posted by panichri panichri wrote:

Originally posted by imckay imckay wrote:

Is it the same fault as this? http://www.npoc.co.uk/forum/topic30636.html
Thank you for your reply, I have exactly the same problem as he does, but can you tell me which one fuse 12 is, as I have no idea.
As you open the bonnet the fuses are towards the right side, behind the radiator near the battery. All of them are ok, but they dont have numbers?
If you can please advise me, i would be grateful to you.
Thanks again
Thanks got it to work perfectly.
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Hi Sorry to drag up an old post - but can you tell me where fuse 12 is? is it under the dash board or in the fuses by the steering wheel
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[QUOTE=Mezool1000]Hi Sorry to drag up an old post - but can you tell me where fuse 12 is? is it under the bonnet or in the fuses by the steering wheel - as I cant seem to get my Odomter to display anything - all other electrics are fine
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Should be in the fuse box at your right knee , centre row nearest to steering wheel.
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