Service of Nissan Almera from 1995 to 2000 in N15 body
1. General information
2. General requirements to car repairs
3. Operation and maintenance of the car
3.1. Passport data of the car
3.2. Points of rise and towage of the car
3.3. Kontrolnoizmeritelny devices
3.4. Alarm and control lamps, sound signaling devices
3.5. Governing bodies
3.5.1. Switch of a screen wiper and washer
3.5.2. Switch of heating of back glass
3.5.3. Central ventilating nozzle
3.5.4. Switch of the alarm system
3.5.5. Switch of back fog lamps
3.5.6. Switch of a cleaner of headlights
3.5.7. Control panel of ventilation, heating and conditioner
3.5.8. Air flow speed switch
3.5.9. The switch of temperature of the air coming to salon
3.5.10. Switch of the direction of an air stream
3.5.11. The switch of recirculation of air in salon
3.5.12. Switches of heating of front seats
3.5.13. Lighter
3.5.14. The switch of ignition or the switch of devices and a starter (on cars with the diesel engine)
3.5.15. Cover of the block of safety locks
3.5.16. Lever of opening of a cowl
3.5.17. Regulator of provision of side mirrors
3.5.18. Regulator of illumination of a combination of devices of rheostatic type
3.5.19. Proofreader of the direction of light of headlights
3.5.20. Side ventilating nozzle
3.5.21. Switch of light of headlights, dimensional light and indexes of turn
3.5.22. Sound signal and safety cushion
3.6. Door locks
3.7. Luggage carrier lock
3.8. Cover and stopper of the fuel tank
3.9. Front seats
3.10. Folding of back seats
3.11. Head restraints
3.12. The hatch in a roof
3.13. Seat belts
3.14. Plafond of illumination of salon and lamp of individual lighting
3.15. Illumination of a luggage carrier or luggage compartment
3.16. Running in of the new car
3.17. Launch of the engine
3.18. Use of the automatic transmission
3.19. Check of level of oil in the engine
3.20. Replacement of oil in the engine
3.21. Replacement of an oil filter
3.22. Check of level of cooling liquid
3.23. Check of level of oil in the mechanical transmission
3.24. Check of level of oil in a case of the automatic transmission
3.25. Check of level of liquid in a tank of the hydraulic booster of steering
3.26. Check of level of liquid in tanks of hydraulic actuators of brakes and couplings
3.27. Check of level of liquid in tanks of windscreen washer and a cleaner of headlights
3.28. Replacement of lamps
3.29. Wheels and tires
4. Petrol engines
5. Diesel engines
6. Transmission
7. Running gear
8. Steering
9. Brake system
10. Electric equipment
11. Body
12. Appendices
13. Schemes of electric equipment



3.5.14. The switch of ignition or the switch of devices and a starter (on cars with the diesel engine)

Fig. 1.19. The switch of ignition or the switch of devices and a starter (on cars with the diesel engine)

The switch of ignition and key are components of anticreeping blocking of the steering mechanism.
The key has the following provisions:
"LOCK" — situation at the parking of the car. The key can be taken from the lock only in this situation.
At the taken-out key the steering mechanism is blocked for what it is necessary to shake slightly a steering wheel before the click designating to the right and to the left that the locking device worked.
It is forbidden to take out a key during the movement. It will lead to blocking of a wheel that can cause loss of management and, as a result, serious accident.
For an unblocking of the steering mechanism insert a key into the lock and turn it to the right, at the same time rotating a steering wheel in the parties;
"ASS" — in this situation moves power supply for auxiliary devices, for example the autoradio tape recorder when the engine does not work;
"ON" — working situation: ignition (for petrol engines) or devices and prestarting heating is included (for diesel engines);
"START" — at turn of a key in this situation begins to work a starter.
For an engine stop the key should be established in the provision of "ASS".
On cars with petrol engines the ignition key of the NATS V2.0 system is used. In attempt to start the engine without the aid of this key the anti-theft device which "suppresses" the engine works.

Fig. 1.20. Block of safety locks: And — the direction of opening of a cover; B — the place for storage of tweezers and spare safety locks; In — replacement of a safety lock; 1 — tweezers; 2 — spare safety locks; 3 — appearance of a serviceable safety lock; 4 — appearance of the burned-down safety lock

You watch fig. 1.20

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3.5.13. Lighter
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3.5.15. Cover of the block of safety locks