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2001 Nissan Pathfinder LE 3.5L No Start VIN: JN8DR09Y51
This vehicle was towed to my shop,customer stated that while driving vehicle just died.It will crank ok.I checked for codes no communication.Found blown fuse under hood for ECCS1 7.5 amp.Replaced fuse got communication no codes present.Cranked vehicle started ...

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2003 Honda Civic EX 1.7L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1HGEM22943
The P0401 is fixed. When I removed the EGR valve the passages were visually clean and I had shot carb clean and air blasts through both the exhaust and intake sides of the EGR system. A short drive returned a temporary P0401 again. Replies to this post in... Trouble codes: P0401 (Insufficient EGR).
2005 Nissan Sentra 1.8L MIL Lamp on VIN: 3N1CB51D05
Well I found the O2 signal wire pulled out of the Bosch generic swap-over connector. The connector was left hanging, the retainer for it's mount was broken and the Cust. drives a dirt driveway. I buttspliced soldered and installed heatshrink tubing on all four... Trouble codes: P0139 (O2 Sensor B1S2 slow response), P1146 (Refers to B1S2 Voltage High/Low), P1147 (Refers to B1S2 Voltage High/Low).
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