Fuses and relays Nissan Qashqai (J11), 2013 - 2020

Nissan Qashqai is a compact crossover that entered production in 2006. Qashqai + 2 is a 7-seater version of Qashqai, with an extended base. In the USA it is known as Rogue Sport. The first generation is designated as j10 and was produced in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. The second is designated as j11 and was released in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020. This material will provide information with a description of the Nissan Qashqai second generation fuse blocks and relays, with diagrams, photographs and designations of elements. Separately, we will highlight the fuses responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Please note that the variants of the blocks, the number of their elements, as well as the diagrams may differ from those presented and depend on the country of delivery, year of manufacture and equipment of a particular car. Check the description with yours, it will be printed on the protective cover of the unit.

In the cabin

Fuse boxes are located on the front side of the instrument panel.

Right block (may be missing)

Left block (main)

Location example

​The photo.

1 15A Washer
2 10A Airbags
3 5A Dashboard
4 10A Ignition system
5 10A VDC (stability control, stability control)
6 15A Heated seats
7 20A Fan
8 5A Illumination of devices, buttons, glove compartment
9 20A Reserve
10 15A Glass heater
11 15A Glass heater
12 10A Mirrors
13 10A System of exchange rate stability
14 10A Electric devices
15 15A Front cigarette lighter
16 10A Reserve
17 20A Fan
18 10A Reserve
19 20A Audio system
20 5A Electrical components
21 10A Dashboard
22 10A Interior lighting
23 20A Reserve
24 10A Stop signals
25 10A Immobilizer antenna
26 5A Switch, clutch sensor
27 10A BMC
28 10A Electrical components
29 20A Power supply open / close doors
30 15A Wipers
31 15A Rear socket (cigarette lighter)
32 15A Hazard warning lights, turn signals

For the cigarette lighter fuses 15 (front) and 31 (rear) 15A are responsible.

The individual relay elements are located on the back of the unit.

Under the hood

Fuse blocks are located in the engine compartment under the air intake. An example of access is shown in the figure.

Photo of the 1st mounting block.

81 10A Engine control unit
82 15A Engine control unit,
83 15A Throttle valve, engine control unit, canister valve (EVAP), MAF sensor, ignition coils, main relay, exhaust valve, inlet valve, high pressure fuel pump, injectors, engine compartment fuse box, air-fuel ratio sensor, heater fuel, water-in-fuel sensor, coolant bypass valve
84 10A Engine control unit, intake manifold valve, timing valve exhaust, timing valve inlet, timing valve
85 15A Air fuel ratio sensor, heated oxygen sensor, turbocharger valve, engine control unit, glow plug control unit
86 15A Injectors, ignition coils, fuse box
87 15A A / C compressor relay
88 Not used
89 Not used
90 30A Front wiper relay, front wiper motor
91 20A Fuel pump relay
92 Not used
93 10A ECM, gearbox control unit, transmission range sensor, under-hood fuse box, neutral position sensor, primary speed sensor, secondary speed sensor, speed sensor, reverse / neutral sensor
94 Not used
95 5A Steering wheel lock block
96 10A Relay restart (start-stop)
97 10A Front right combination lamp, front left combination lamp, compressor, transmission range sensor, under-hood fuse box, neutral position sensor, reverse speed switch, reverse / neutral sensor

Photo of the 2nd mounting block

Description of the 2nd mounting block

Headlamp blocks

They are located under the left headlight, behind the bumper.

Block 1 - example photo

Example of the scheme of the 1st block

Block 2 - photography

Diagram of the 2nd block under the headlight

Battery pack

Located on the positive terminal of the battery.

Related fuse diagrams
Alan Williamson

most that want to change a fuse know the above..there is no diagram on my cover..So dont reply if you will tell me to go to the dealer..


Is it safe to remove the cover on the passenger side if it has an airbag warning sticker on it?

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