I'm not aware of any technical service bulletins for the issue. Obviously, there is a shorted in the circuit that is powered by that particular fuse. The only thing to do would be to break out the factory service manual and look at the wiring diagrams to see what all is powered by that particular fuse, then proceed to trace the circuit until the short is found. Nico Club's website has free, online, Nissan factory service manuals. If that isn't something that you are comfortable doing yourself, then it would be best to have professional auto repair shop, auto electrical shop or dealer attend to. I also belong to the site, "TheNissanPath.com." We have an R52 Pathfinder section there that may be of help.