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There are pages of things that will turn the check engine light on. You need to have it checked for codes.
Use an automotive computer code-scanner to read the stored code. Then you'll know why the "check engine" light is on.
something wrong on the engine get it chek for any codes
replace fuel cap with Nissan only OEM replacement.
It is 1.0 mm to 1.1 mm or 0.039" to 0.043" You can check in the manual for Nissan 1997 Altima
check for blown fuses
if your take it to a autozone tell them you have a check engine light and they will tell you whats wrong if anything and reset it take it to autozone and tell them your check engine light is on and they should reset it
The Nissan Altima has an opaque cylinder that holds the brake fluid. Looking on the side of the cylinder, check the high and low marks and make sure that the fluid is between the two.
Check the fan belt tension.
check your book or call your local Nissan dealer !!
1994 Nissan altima doesn't have a timing belt. The 1994 Nissan altima has a timing chain. Which is much more durable than a timing belt.AnswerIf you think your car is out of time...check the distributor first. When it goes out it sound like the car is out of time. AnswerThe engine has to be removed to replace the timing chain; expect about $1,000 for labor alone.
Bad sensor have it checked. Depending on the sensor you won't have any real problems for a while
One way would be for the check engine light to illuminate and spit out a code P0300 for a random misfire.
Auto Zone or Advanced auto parts can reset the light for you. They tell you they are not suppose to but many times they will.
Check the headlight fuses located in the main fuse box. On a 2002 Nissan Altima the main fuse box is found inside the engine compartment.
you can go down to autozone and they can check to see what the problem is and possibly reset it for free, or try undoing the negative terminal on your battery for about a minute
First, check if you have gas. Next check your engine oil. Next check your battery. It could also be your alternator if all of these things check out.
Some of the factors that caused the "check engine" light are: defective oxygen sensors defective air mass meter emmission systems Hope this will help
Speed sensor might need replacing. Does the check engine light come on when driving?
check your manual
Check the ignition coil, or the fuel pump.
1998 Nissan Altima GXE has a timing chain. Check your model at: http://www.courtesyparts.com/watches-c-7738.html
There is an automatic transmission dipstick in the engine compartment. The dipstick will have a yellow handle. Check the transmission fluid the same way you would check the motor oil.