Nissan Sunny service from 1991 to 1997 of release in n-14 body.
1. Maintenance instruction
2. Maintenance
3. Engines
4. Cooling system
5. Heating and ventilation system
6. Fuel and exhaust system
7. System of start-up of the engine
7.1. Specifications
7.2. Battery
7.2.1. Charge system
7.3. Generator
7.4. System of start-up of the engine
7.5. Sensor of emergency pressure of oil
7.6. Starter
7.7. Ignition system
8. Coupling
9. Transmissions
10. Semi-axes
11. Brakes
12. Suspension brackets and steering
13. Body
14. Electric equipment


7.2. Battery

The battery is in the left part of a motor compartment.


Standard batteries
1. At small run of the car the electrolit density is recommended to check each 3 months.
2. At suspicion on malfunction of the battery compare electrolit density in cells which should differ no more than on 0,04. Otherwise plates are damaged, or there is a leakage of electrolit.
3. If the density differs in the specified limits, and the battery is discharged, it should be charged.
Unattended batteries
4. The condition of the battery is determined by the voltmeter or by the indicator.
5. The condition of the battery is determined by coloring of the indicator which depends on battery type (consult upon purchase).
6. At tension check by the voltmeter should pass not less than 6 hours after the last trip. Otherwise include before check a driving beam of headlights on 30 villages.
7. The battery is completely discharged, if tension is lower than 12,2 Century.
8. The discharged battery remove and charge.


Standard batteries
1. The battery is charged by a current equal to 0,1 from capacity until then while density of electrolit will not cease to change within not less than 4 hours.
2. The battery can be charged also a small current 1,5 And, having left for the night.
3. The forced charging is not recommended.
4. The electrolit temperature at a charging should not be higher 38 ° than Page.
Unattended batteries
5. Batteries of this type demand a long charging (about three days depending on category degree).
6. Partially discharged battery can be charged the stabilized source with tension 13,9–14,9 In, within usually 3 hours to tension of 12,5 Century.
7. Completely discharged battery (with tension below 12,2 In) is recommended to be charged in a specialized workshop as in the course of a long charge continuous control is necessary.


1. Unscrew nuts and disconnect plugs (arrow) from poles (the first disconnects the negative plug).
2. Unscrew nuts and remove a collar, unhook fastening hairpins.
3. Remove the battery and a plastic tray.


1. Installation is carried out upside-down.
2. The plug of a positive pole, then – negative at first joins.
3. Grease battery poles with technical vaseline.

Electrolit density

Above 25 ° With
Below 25 ° With
Completely charged battery
Charged for 70 %
The discharged

7.1. Specifications

7.2.1. Charge system