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2016-12-13 06:17:06
#1
Need help with headlight wiring
I'm removing all the wiring and most everything else in the engine bay to do some clean up and paint but I'm having some trouble finding where the headlight wiring from the engine compartment goes to under the dash.ive looked and couldn't find anything on it so if someone could help me or send me into the right direction where I can't some info on it that would be great.thanks
2016-12-14 21:57:57
#2
I know on the NX it goes between the fender and firewall on the driver's side.
2016-12-19 01:16:33
#3
How do I inbolt the interior fuse box so I can undo the headlight wiring in the engine bay to remove it can anyone help me
2016-12-19 14:36:30
#4
Originally Posted by 95turbo200
How do I inbolt the interior fuse box so I can undo the headlight wiring in the engine bay to remove it can anyone help me


The wiring from the switch goes to the headlights. The power for the switch comes from the fuse box.
The wiring from the switch goes into a bundle of wires that goes through the firewall and between the fender and inner fender then brakes off to go to driver side lights then continues through the frame over the radiator to the passenger side lights. I hope this helps.
2016-12-19 21:56:22
#5
Originally Posted by calvin269
Originally Posted by 95turbo200
How do I inbolt the interior fuse box so I can undo the headlight wiring in the engine bay to remove it can anyone help me


The wiring from the switch goes to the headlights. The power for the switch comes from the fuse box.
The wiring from the switch goes into a bundle of wires that goes through the firewall and between the fender and inner fender then brakes off to go to driver side lights then continues through the frame over the radiator to the passenger side lights. I hope this helps.





It does help thank you but now I'm having a problem with the inside where it goes into the firewall I can't seem to fallow it to where the wires go to unhook them to pull the wires throug the firewall.if you have pics of the wires from the inside that. Weds to be unhooked that would be awesome for if anyone else has them I would really appreciate it.thanks again for the info
2016-12-19 22:05:10
#6
Need to remove the driver side fender.
2016-12-19 22:18:35
#7
I did all that I'm having trouble inside the car under the dash where it all connects with the angle and all the other wires in the way I can't really get a good look at where the wires connect so I can unplug them and pull them outside
2016-12-19 23:09:27
#8
Originally Posted by 95turbo200
I did all that I'm having trouble inside the car under the dash where it all connects with the angle and all the other wires in the way I can't really get a good look at where the wires connect so I can unplug them and pull them outside


Trace it back from the steering wheel switch.
2016-12-20 04:01:02
#9
This is the wiring under the dash that I'm not sure where it connects so I can unhook it
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And this the also the wiring but from the engine compartment
[img][URL=http://s1157.photobucket.com/user/keithbanks/media/2016-12/FE744915-F0EB-4959-B036-ADC299314D10.jpg.html][IMG]http://i1157.photobucket.com/albums/p584/keithbanks/2016-12/FE744915-F0EB-4959-B036-ADC299314D10.jpg[/img][/URL][/IMG]

And this is the same wire running under the drivers fender into the firewall
[img][URL=http://s1157.photobucket.com/user/keithbanks/media/2016-12/C38D062B-09DF-4D5A-B258-6BE16135996E.jpg.html][IMG]http://i1157.photobucket.com/albums/p584/keithbanks/2016-12/C38D062B-09DF-4D5A-B258-6BE16135996E.jpg[/img][/URL][/IMG]
Last edited by 95turbo200 on 2016-12-20 at 04-07-24.
2016-12-20 10:55:18
#10
I would pull the dash and trace it back from the steering column where it connects to the headlight switch. Takes about 20-30mins if you have help.
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