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post #1 of 17 Old Apr 3rd, 2009, 11:15 PM Thread Starter
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Trip odometer issue

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Trip odometer (A,B) resets always to zero when I start my car.
I think it should work continiously. To reset it I have to press pin botton on control panel as per manual.
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post #2 of 17 Old Apr 4th, 2009, 09:24 AM
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Check that you have the 10A fuse in the position shown below in the fuse box under the steering wheel:


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Thanks for trying, but I still in the same point. I've checked fuses but still the same problem
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Thanks for trying, but I still in the same point. I've checked fuses but still the same problem
Yep me too. I checked and reinstalled the fuse 4 but I still get the odometers reading 0.0 and the clock showing 1:00 p.m. when I turn it on again.

If I adjust the clock and turn off the ignition and then on again in a few seconds, it holds the time; but, if I leave the ignition switch off for about 10 seconds or so, it goes back to 1:00 again. I think I hear a relay click under the right dash when I loose the correct clock setting.

Any idea how I can get the clock and odometer to save their settings?

BTW: I am talking about a 2006 X-Trail front wheel drive.

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Guys,

Are you also checking the 15A fuse (fuse #32) in the black fuse box in the engine bay near the battery or just fuse #4 under the steering?

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Guys,

Are you also checking the 15A fuse (fuse #32) in the black fuse box in the engine bay near the battery or just fuse #4 under the steering?
Thanks for the reply, Aussietrail.

Yes, in fact I checked all the fuses there - all were good. I could not find one labeled "32" but there is a 15 A "Audio" fuse in the position you label as "32".

It's funny that the information disappears after that distinct click under the right side of the dash. Does that make any sense to you?

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Rick,

There is no other cause that I know of for the re-set of the clock and trip meter apart from knowing that all imported xtrails from Japan came with the fuse 10A stored in either the centre arm-rest box or the front ashtray and none of the dealers put this fuse back in its position. There are no relays operating the trip meter and clock apart from this fuse which is marked as "ELECTRONIC PARTS BATT 10A" in the fuse box cover under the steering.

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There is no other cause that I know of for the re-set of the clock and trip meter apart from knowing that all imported xtrails from Japan came with the fuse 10A stored in either the centre arm-rest box or the front ashtray and none of the dealers put this fuse back in its position. There are no relays operating the trip meter and clock apart from this fuse which is marked as "ELECTRONIC PARTS BATT 10A" in the fuse box cover under the steering.
Thank you! thank you! thank you! That was the key.

My fuse panel is different than the one you show above. The fuse 4 is labeled "Audio ACC 10 A" on mine. Then fuse 5 above it is called "Electronic Parts IGN 10 A", but that isn't the one, either. It is fuse 28 in the upper left corner which is labeled "Electronic Parts BAT 10 A" but it has a black background. It did not have a fuse in it and when I installed one, it worked!

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Good stuff Rick

Maybe the fuse is in a different position due to the differnce between right and left hand drive xtrails.

Am glad it worked.

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Fixed

Thanks a lot Guys it works
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Thanks a lot Guys it works
Excellent - it sure is great to be a part of this great forum. Thanks again aussietrail!
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You're welcome guys. Glad to be of help.

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trip odometer problem

We have a 2005 Xtrail that every time you turn the key off, the trip odometer and clock reset and will not hold there memory.Could there be a fuse blown or is there a way to get them to keep there memory.Thank for any help you can give me.
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The answer is HERE

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Yes--it worked for me as well. The fuse was missing from the upper left corner #28 . It seems the door beeper runs off this fuse and someone must have removed it because they didn't like the beeping sound with key in the ignition. Thanks alot from a Canuck.
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