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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a silver box underneath the center console, just to the right of the gas pedal.
Pull off the plastic cover (it has two plastic fasteners. It will go back on).
Peel back the plastic film covering the screw.
Put the key in and turn the ignition switch on, but do not strt the car (all the warning indicator lights should go on).
Turn the screw all the way clockwise for two or three seconds and turn turn it back. Repeat just to be sure.
Turn the key off. When you turn the key back on the Check Engine light should be off.
Replace the plastic film over the screw and replace the plastic panel.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
My service engine soon light came on saturday on my 2003 nissan altima 2.5s, took it to the dealer and he stated I need a Catalytic Converter for the light to go off. Last yr Jan I had the same thing happen and there was a recall on the ECM they reset it for free. Any suggestions? I am so tired of getting ripped off being a single woman. The repair price they gave me was $940, my mechanic says he can repair w/new converter total charge of $300
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Here are a couple of suggestions.
1. Check to see if the electric cooling fans are working properly. Let the car idle until the engine gets hot. Watch to see if the dual fans ever kick in. If the fans never turn on then the problem could be the fans themselves, the fan relay, a fuse, or a temperature sensor.
2. Your thermostat may be stuck closed.
3. When the service engine light is on you can take the car to most auto parts stores and they will pull the codes for you for free. This could help to identify where the problem is.
Running the AC will make the car overheat faster because it loads the engine down. If you driving somewhere and you think you might be overheating and you can't stop to let the car cool down you can roll down the windows and turn on the heater. The heater works by pulling heat out of the engine and moving it to the passenger compartment. It may be uncomfortable but it can temporarily prevent your engine from overheating. This technique is especially useful if you're driving through a desert like in the southwest.
Posted on May 22, 2009
the crank shaft sensor is very easy to fix. the one i've dealt with was on an 03 micra so i'll be refering to that. Its on the front of the engine and usually has a green plug attached to it. pull of the plug and remove the 10mm bolt holding it in. pull the sensor out, (its not threaded) and give it a wipe. then put it back in, refix the bolt and reattach the plug, your done. if its still not working then the sensor might need replacing, nissan dealer only and about £90. robbery. i was told that the fly wheel on the 03 micra was slightly to big and caused dust to cover the sensor. good luck
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
SOURCE: Check engine,2000 Nissan Maxima
same things happens on me. $500 more on replace senor, $1000 more on bank2, now $1500 on bank1.
F*ck damned Nissan car. The solution is never ever buy a nissan car
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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