Nissan Serena lights left on warning buzzer.

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  1. semi-acoustic

    semi-acoustic

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    Hi All

    I have a Nissan Serena 1.6 GX and I have noticed that the warning buzzer notifying me that I have left my lights on does not work anymore.

    This has been a pain because the battery has died on me a couple of times due to me or the wife forgetting to turn them off.

    Any suggestions please, of course any advice would be truly appreciated.

    Regards[/b]
     
  2. mattylad

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    It will likely be the door switch, to test it push it in/out and watch your courtesy light, if it doesnt turn on/off then thats the problem.

    Its usually in the doorway and behind a Black rubber boot that you can push in, there will likely be a rubber bung on the door that hits it.

    A pozi screwdriver will remove it, allowing you to pull it out and clean the contacts etc.
     
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    Hi Mattylad

    Sorry I should have made it more clear, it is when I leave my side lights on, this is draining the battery.

    The courtesy lights go on and off as normal.

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    Hi Mattylad

    Thank you very much indeed, it was the switch which was causing the problem, the spring inside the actual unit was sticking so a little clean and by simply reversing it worked a treat.

    Once again Thanks.
     
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