2007 murano display screen went out

Asked by Feb 18, 2017 at 03:31 AM about the 2007 Nissan Murano SL AWD

Question type: General

My 2007 murano battery died I got a jump
after the guy tried to give me a jump I
noticed he had the positive and negative
cables on the wrong spots, someone else
came gave me one the right way but my
display screen hasn't came back on do I
can't operate the radio or control or turn on
the heat or air it comes on by itself after
the car runs a while

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Fist check for blow fuses, reverse jumping almost always blows a at least one main fuse, the other worry is the body control module, if it was jumped backwards then it could have damaged it, this module controls all of the accessories and could explain the problem your having, unfortunately the only place that can determine if the module is severely damaged or just need reprogramming is the dealer. It appears that jumping any vehicle made after 2005 is very risky even if it is done correctly.

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