1999 Pathfinder: I had the computer checked 3 times. But no code was identified that pointed to any specific problem. Each reset caused the light to go away for different periods of time. Anywhere from 2 weeks to 4 weeks. Once it even went on and off within several days on its own. Best guess was emmissions, fuel, or loose connection on something. The car runs fine with no other symptoms. The light has been on now for 2 weeks. I'll reset again, have my mecahnic look over the engine, and see what happens. My 2000 Pathfinder has run with the check engine light on since 20,000 miles I now have 149,000 miles. It started when I changed the air filter to a K&N. My local mechanic has checked it numerous times and the computer shows no problems. You may want to check the air filter. I also own a 2002 Pathfinder the check engine light came on due to the seal on the fuel cap not making a proper seal. I replaced the seal and the light reset and has not come back on in a year.
Code P0731 means A/T first gear signal fault
An engine light check means some fault in the engine . Check the handbook to get more details to find what and where the fault is.
it means you have a fault with you engine, GO TO A NISSAN DEALER just like it says really
The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the cause of the fault.The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the cause of the fault.
that you have a fault with your engine, and need to get it to a garage to be checked out
you need to have the check engine/service engine soon fault codes read to determine what the fault is.
Something is effecting the emissions controls. The ECU has set a fault code and turned on the light. Take it to a professional for repair.
Yes, it can.
Engine check urgently
It usually means that the computer has detected a fault with one of the engine components. Connect it to a code scanner to see what the fault is or take it to a shop.
Exhaust gas recirculation valve fault
Get your vehicle checked ASAP:An illuminated check engine light means that the computer has found an emissions or Engine related fault.A "flashing" check engine light tells you that the fault that has been detected needs to be repaired IMMEDIATELY, and that the fault can and will damage the catalyst..... Do not hesitate.Have your engine codes read and get this checked NOW.See "Related Questions" below for more
You need a scan tool to read fault codes.
The check engine light does not come on when an oil change is due. The check engine light is for an emissions related failure. It is reset with a scan tool after the fault is repaired.
If your check engine light is on - get the engine checked by a qualified mechanic - don't try turning the light off - it is telling you there is a fault in your engine.
When the check engine light is on, the computer sets a fault code. Most auto parts stores will check this code for free and tell you how to fix it.
Connect a computer diagnostic code reader and see what the computer is trying to tell you. The light is there to inform you that the computer has detected a "fault", now you need to find out what it is by using the code scanner.
The coomputer detected a fault in one of the sensors or the engine, transmission, ABS, or EVAP system is malfunctioning
you have a fault code on emission systems
An electrical fault, check the spark plug, distributor and leads.
The check engine light indicates the computer has found a fault and stored a fault code. Many auto parts stores will pull the code for free and tell you what may be causing the issue.
Repairing the fault which is causing the check engine light is the recommended way to go about doing this.
With a scan tool after repairing the cause of the fault code.With a scan tool after repairing the cause of the fault code.
Trouble code P0500 means:Vehicle speed sensor or circuit fault
i have a Nissan maxima 2001 i have problem with abs light, don't won't to go away, what should i do about it, someone help me wit that please.
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