Nissan Stanza/Violet Overview

Nissan Stanza or who initially was named Nissan Violet is a lower middle-class compact car manufactured by Nissan from 1973 to 1992. For the export market using the name Datsun Violet 160J. Nissan launched the Violet to compete with Toyota Carina, and positioned atop Violet Sunny / Datsun 120Y and under Bluebird / Datsun 180B.

The first generation of the Violet was a model derived from the contemporary Nissan Bluebird U610 with a rear-wheel drive and a rigid rear axle, which was offered in Japan as a two- and four-door sedan and two-door hardtop coupe. In May 1977 the second generation Violet appeared in Japan, which broke from the technical base of the Datsun Bluebird. The car body line was much more modern and more angular than the roundish predecessor, the leaf springs on the rear axle were replaced by coil springs.

Nissan Stanza/Violet Electric Cooling Fan Schematic and Circuit Diagram

The schematic shown below depicts the Nissan Stanza/Violet Electric Cooling Fan Circuit Diagram. The cooling fan is driven by an electric fan motor which monitors the temperature of coolant and the operating condition of the air conditioner (if so equipped). On models not equipped with air conditioner, a fan motor does not operate below a water temperature of 85°C.

The electric cooling fan system consists of radiator, fan shroud, air conditioner relay, thermo switch, fan control relay, cooling fan motor, and high pressure switch.

Nissan Stanza Violet Electric Cooling Fan Schematic and Circuit Diagram

Nissan Stanza Violet Electric Cooling Fan Schematic and Circuit Diagram



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