Question about 1996 Nissan Maxima
HAVE CODES LISTED,CK FUSES,(O.K.) CK CONTINUITY FROME ECM TO SENR TERMINALS. CK FOR SHORT OR OPENING WIRE.(O.K) SHORT TRIM AND LONG TRIM STAYS 0.0% ALL TIMES. REPLACED AIR FLOW SENR AND 1 OXIGEN SENR,STILL THE SAME.CK FOR POSIBLE VACUUM LEAKS AND DOESN'T MAKE ANY DIFERENCE. NEED SOME ONE TO HELP ME!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: problem with engine ligt on
Its located on the air cleaner box (the box where your air filter is) Its had cylindrical shape and kinds square on the top its black in color and had a plug on it. There is rubber intake hose connected to it. Good luck and thanks for using Fix-ya
Posted on May 05, 2009
Try spraying an aerosol oil around the intake manifold and around any vacuum lines and connections with the engine running. If you hear a change in the engine speed than you've got a vacuum leak. Thank you, Dana
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Did you find the prolbem? Im having the exact same problem you have. Mine is doing it after it died and I replaced the starter but now it wont start and the fuse eng cont 1 keeps getting burned out instantly
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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