OEM Linking Pin: Nissan/INFINITI Non-SRS Wiring Repairs - UPDATE

As part of the I-CAR Repairability Technical Support (RTS) initiative's OEM linking pin activity, we are helping to connect the collision repair industry to the vehicle makers. Recently we have had several technical inquiries asking about non-SRS wiring repairs on Nissan and INFINITI vehicles. We reached out to Nissan/INFINITI for clarification.

In the past, we utilized the I-CAR OEM Linking Pin process for information on non-SRS wiring repair. We are happy to share that the information can now be found on the Nissan/INFINITI service website.

A General Harness and Connector Repair Procedure can be found on the Nissan/INFINITI service website for most late-model vehicles under Electronic Wiring Diagram (eWD). This procedure goes into detail on how to repair connectors and harnesses.

To find the procedure:

  1. Log into either www.nissan-techinfo.com or www.infiniti-techinfo.com
  2. Click on View Nissan Publications
  3. Select Service Manual from the Publication Type dropdown
  4. Select Model and Model Year
  5. Click Search
  6. Click on the Eye icon by the service manual (right side of webpage)
  7. Click eWD (top left corner of webpage)
  8. A new window opens
  9. Under Select Wiring Diagrams, click the Car icon
  10. Click on any wiring harness in the image
  11. Click on any connector callout in the harness
  12. Click blue link for Connector Lookup Website (left side of webpage)
  13. A new webpage opens
  14. Click blue link for Connector General Repair Instructions (upper right corner of webpage)
  15. Click Download to the left of General Harness and Connector Repair Procedure

Some examples, per the Nissan and INFINITI General Harness and Connector Repair Procedure:

  • "For the next step, do not use an electric type soldering tool. An electric type soldering tool may generate a current that can damage a control unit that might be connected to the circuit."
  • "Cut the wire to allow enough room to stagger the solder sleeves, and to position the new connector to approximately the original location."

Non-SRS wiring repair information can be found in technical service bulletins (TSB) titled:

  • Nissan - NTB14-032E Wiring Harness Repair Information
  • INFINITI - ITB14-020E Wiring Harness Repair Information

To find Nissan/INFINITI TSBs for wiring repair:

  1. Log into either www.nissan-techinfo.com or www.infiniti-techinfo.com
  2. Select View Technical Service Bulletins (top right corner of webpage)
  3. Select a Model from the dropdown (do not enter a year)
  4. Enter either "NTB14" or "ITB14" in the Including Keywords field
  5. Click Search
  6. Scroll down to SB Wiring Harness Repair Information
  7. Click on the Eye icon (right side of webpage)

In addition to the TSBs, wiring repair information is also found in the Nissan/INFINITI TechTalk summary. To find the TechTalk summary:

  1. Log into either www.nissan-techinfo.com or www.infiniti-techinfo.com
  2. Select View Technical Service Bulletins (top right corner of webpage)
  3. Select a Model from the dropdown (do not enter a year)
  4. Enter either "Wire" in the Including Keywords field
  5. Click Search
  6. Scroll down to TT Harness Repair Kit
  7. Click on the Eye icon (right side of webpage)

For additional Nissan/INFINITI information, check out the following pages:
Nissan OEM Information
INFINITI OEM Information

Additional I-CAR Collision Repair News you may find helpful:
Collision Information Website Access: Nissan/INFINITI
How Does the I-CAR OEM Linking Pin Process Work?
Nissan/INFINITI Restraints Wiring: UPDATE
Non-SRS Wiring Repairs


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