1996 Nissan Pathfinder Picture of Fuse Panel Diagram Schematics

My 1996 Nissan Pathfinder has turned over to 300,000 miles!  AJ was with me when it rolled over and captured it on video.  This is the original engine and transmission.  I have had this vehicle since 2002 when we moved out here and needed a vehicle that could hold the four of us, and our dog, Hannah.  We also needed a vehicle that could manage towing 500 gallons of water on a trailer, and this one could.  The Nissan Pathfinder is the best vehicle I’ve ever owned. It has been reliable over the years, and will turn 14 next February! Here is the video of the odometer turning over from 299,999 to 300,000.


I lost the cover that goes to the fuse box under the dashboard of my Pathfinder.  The problem is that fuse box cover includes the schematic for which fuses go to what.  With the cover lost, it has been a guessing game as to which fuse to pull when something goes out. Like the inside dome lights, or the brake lights. AJ was looking out the window at work and saw another Pathfinder sitting in the parking lot! He called me and I came down to track who was driving that vehicle so I could ask to get a photo of the fuse box cover. I was successful! Here is that image, if you click on it you can see a much larger image:

Pathfinder Fuse Box Cover Schematic

I hope it keeps on doing well for me.

Yours truly,

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3 thoughts on “1996 Nissan Pathfinder Picture of Fuse Panel Diagram Schematics

  1. Woohoo!! Congratulations!!! :~)
    My husband’s little toyota truck will soon be at 400,000. It, too, has the original engine and transmission. Those older imports just keep chugging along nicely, if you take good care of them. WTG!


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