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Nissan Juke Electrical Fuse Replacement Guide
How to check or change a blown electrical fuse or relay in a first generation 2010 to 2016 Nissan Juke with pictures.

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2014 Juke Engine Bay
Press Cover Release Tab
Fuse Location Diagram
This automotive maintenance tutorial was specifically written to assist owners of the first generation (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016) Nissan Juke in checking or changing a blown fuse or relay in either the engine bay or interior passenger compartment electrical panels.

Owners of other Nissan vehicles such as the Versa, Sentra, Altima, Maxima, Cube, Leaf, Pathfinder, 370Z, Rogue, Xterra, Murano, Armada, Quest, Frontier and Titan may also find these DIY instructions to be helpful.

This 2014 Juke is equipped with standard mini blade fuses which can be purchased at Walmart, Pep Boys, Advance Auto, AutoZone or online at Amazon.

A white plastic fuse puller tool is included near the top of the interior passenger compartment electrical panel.

Engine Bay Fuse Block
Pry Open Access Panel
Fuse Location Diagram
The engine bay fuse box is located at the front right (driver) side of the engine bay by the 12V automotive battery.

Press the release tab on the right side of the box and lift the cover off.

There is a fuse location diagram on the underside of the cover and also another one in the owner's manual.

The interior passenger compartment fuse block is located under a plastic panel on the left (driver) side of the dashboard.

Open the driver's door, insert a flathead screwdriver in to the notch and gently pry open the plastic access panel.

There is a fuse location diagram on the underside of the access panel and also another one in the owner's manual.

Interior Fuse Block
Remove Fuse Puller Tool
Place Tool Over Old Fuse
Remove the white plastic fuse puller tool near the top of the interior electrical block.

Squeeze the end of the tool to open the jaws and place them over the fuse you'd like to check or change.

Pull Out Old Fuse
Hold Up To Light Bulb
Push In New Mini Blade


Pull the old fuse straight out of the socket.

Hold the old fuse up to a light source.

If the thin metal bar inside the translucent plastic center of the old fuse appears to be broken or "burnt" then the fuse is most likely "blown" and should be replaced.

If the metal strip inside the fuse appears to be intact, the fuse is probably still good. But since new fuses are so inexpensive, it should be replaced with a new fuse of the same amperage rating (e.g. 5, 10, 15, 20).

Push a new mini blade fuse straight in to the socket.

Some Nissan vehicles use the newer "Low Profile" style mini blade fuses.

If your car is equipped with low profile mini blade fuses, they can be replaced with either low profile fuses or the slightly taller standard mini blade fuses.

Replace Fuse Puller Tool
Insert Tabs On Rear Edge
Push In Plastic Panel
Push the white plastic fuse puller tool back in to place at the top of the interior fuse block.

Insert the tabs on the front edge of the plastic access panel and then gently snap in the rear edge.

Access Cover Replaced
Push On Fuse Box Cover
Electrical Fuses Replaced
Lower the engine bay fuse box cover down in to place and push on it to engage the retaining clip.

Test the electrical component that was previously malfunctioning (e.g. wipers, power windows, radio, lights, etc). If you are still having the same problem, there might be a shorted wire or the component itself needs to be replaced.

For more, check out my other Nissan Juke DIY Repair Guides.

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