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Your question isn't clear, but I'll offer a few thoughts. There are 2 manifolds, an intake and a exhaust. I'm not sure what you mean by "pan". It is possible that this can set a check engine light if one of the manifolds are cracked. If it is the intake it may be changing the air/fuel mixture or pressure. If it is the exhaust, depending on hte locations of the O2 sensors, it may pick up the wrong O2 content.

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Q: Why would the check engine light come on in a 2000 Maxima two days after your 90K mile service at a Nissan dealer in which they informed you that there was a crack in your manifold pan?
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