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|2004 Nissan Maxima SE 3.5L Ecm, Tcm, Ipdm VIN: 1N4BA41E94
Vehicle has a prolonged cranking time to start, and occasionally will not start. Transmission in limp mode. There is power and ground to the IPDM, ECM, and TCM. There is continuity to the IPDM, ECM, TCM and diagnostic port through the CAN lines. IPDM test that...
|2008 Nissan Altima 2.5L Stall VIN: 1N4AL21E28
Hi, I am not a Nissan guy but it is my neighbors car. And it is not a standard but an automatic. Basically whenever you slow down or come to a stop it shudders and dies unless you accelerate enough to keep it running. In addition sometimes when in park shiftin...
Fixes & Summaries for Asian
|2002 Mazda MPV ES 3.0L milage on dash VIN: JM3LW28A82
got it guys i accadentlt had pinched one of the ground wires into solder it back together and bang it works like a charm again thanks guys
|1993 Mitsubishi 3000GT 3.0L compressor over pressure valve VIN: JA3BM54J5P
finally got the new condenser installed. FIXED!!! the first replacement compressor was defective or ate itself on the inside sending shards of metal into the tubes and fins of the condenser. the pressure readings from the "stock" fitting locations suggested t...
|2000 Nissan Sentra GXE 1.8L No Start, Stall, MIL Lamp on VIN: 3N1CB51D7Y
well everyone this one is still not fixed and its been put on hold until we can find a used ecm. Car will run in limp mode. also found there is no check engine lite ever wont even prove out. Owner has other cars and does not want to put a ton of cash into a ne... Trouble codes: P0335.
|2002 Nissan Sentra SE-R 2.5L MIL Lamp on VIN: 3N1AB51A72
I think it may be a while before we get a computer in it. There were a lot of good replies about loading the circuit with lights. Thanks for the help. Trouble codes: P0037 (H02S2 heater).