1996 nissan pulsar fault codes
TAke it to auto Zone They will read the codes free.
A person can read the fault codes on a Hyundai Sonata by connecting an OBD II code reader to the vehicle's computer. It displays all the errors detected, as well as a brief description.
You need a scan tool to read fault codes.
Because there's an intermittent issue which needs to be addressed. You need to have the DTCs (fault codes) read to find out which codes you have, what your active codes are, what your inactive codes are, and how many counts of each fault you have.
Fault codes are where your tv has an internal problem with power that most likely prevents your tv from coming on.The faults are sometimes read by a processor and generated into blinking lights,or trouble codes
You have to take it to a truck repair shot or dealership. The fault codes can only be read with software and a special adapter to link up to a computer.
you need to have the check engine/service engine soon fault codes read to determine what the fault is.
You may want to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
ECU has registered a fault. Get the codes read to find out what it is.
Check the air filter is not clogged. Get a garage to read the fault codes and fix it.
96 on up you need a code scanner,you can take it to auto zone to have the codes read ,free of charge.
If you have the Detroit motor, you can read the fault codes off the dash. Call them in to any Freightliner dealer or Detroit Diesel mechanic, and they can tell you what those codes are. If you have the MBE4000, Cummins, or Caterpillar motors, you'll need to have the computer hooked up to read off the codes.
It needs to be connected to diagnostic equipment for the fault codes to be read and then cleared.
You need a scanning device to read the codes, you could purchase one or drive the vehicle to your local auto parts store and they will read the codes for you for zip.
Jumper wire between te1 and e1 terminals ,binary code reads out as flashes on engine fault light.
Go to Auto Zone and they can read your fault codes free. Might indicate a bad or not properly tightened gas cap, bad gas or emissions valve fault.
EML light tells you there is a fault. This will be registered in the ECU. Get a code reader and read the codes to find the fault. If there is a loss in power, then the car is probably in limp mode. Fixing the shown fault and clearing the codes will fix it.
You don't unless you have a scanner. Take it to Auto Zone who will read the codes for you then try and sell you the parts. Actually, I only go to Auto Zone now.Good store. Loaner toolsPhil
You need to have the codes read by a codereader, then cleared by the reader after the fault is repaired.
The system has a fault code does the dash read do not exceed 35mph should read eas fault may be a bad sensor bag pump etc you will need to take to the dealer to read and erase codes
Any number of possible faults will cause the MIL to illuminate the only way to find the fault is to have the fault codes read by diagnostic equipment. The fault needs to be rectified then the codes can be re-set which will then extinguish the light MIL malfunction indication light
Get the ecu codes read, there is a fault code listed in the engine ecu
You need an OBDII scanning tool to retrieve and read the fault codes. If the check engine light is illuminated, you can take the vehicle to AutoZone or similar auto parts store and get a free scan. If you want to buy your own scan tool, they cost about $70 and up.
That depends on which motor you have in your truck. Most vehicles will require a mechanic to hook a computer up to the truck and get the fault codes that way. Detroit Diesel has a feature where you can read the fault codes on the dash, but you'd still need to contact a mechanic to find out exactly what the fault codes given mean. Although the ABS is a separate system from the drivetrain, all the sensors input into the engine computer, and are read from that. In many cases, you'll get an ABS warning when there's nothing wrong with the ABS at all, but instead, it'll be because of damage to one of the ABS sensors.