Question about 2004 Nissan Quest
Emergency BRAKE light, SLIP light, ABS light, and traction control lights are on when none of these features are in use, is it just an electical problem or is something wrong with the brakes?
Hi guys, i was having kind of same problem but my vehicle shuts off while driving with all those signs stays on the dashboard. i search for that and find out with the help of my own scan tool also known as diagnostic tool CanOBD2 with a code P0340 Generric. Camshaft position sensor A circuit (Bank 1 or single sensor) so i went to dealership and showed them the photo of this code on my IPHONE AND they gave me this sensor i also requested them to give me a brief description and diagram details on a print out which they did and let me understand the position of the diagram which i understood and i came home opened the air filter hosing plus air intake hosing/houses and find this sensor on my left. so i opened this sensor within half hour and installed the new sensor and put every thing back on its proper place and started the engine and took about 30 minutes test drive on the highway. The van runs just fine, no shut off of engine, no check engine lights and Emergency BRAKE light, SLIP light, ABS light, and traction control lights are no more. Engine/Van runs just perfect and much smoother now. So what i understood from your issues its just sensor. U better buy diagnostic tool/scanner from canadian tire its number is CanOBD2 Diagnostic Tool of Innova 3100f. The web site of this tool is www.innova.com i hope once u have this diagnostic tool you will know the code and then google this code P0340 Generric. Camshaft position sensor A circuit (Bank 1 or single sensor) and you will realize that i suggest u the right solution of your issue which was also mine issue but not fixed by a sensor whicih cost me from dealership canadian $101/-
Posted on Jul 23, 2012
Most likely will need a abs module
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
Sounds like there is a problem in the base breaking system. it will cause a problem with the ABS which will make errors in the other systems. i would suggest taking it some where to get the error codes that are stored in the ABS system
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
Check the level of your brake fluid, if it is low it will sometimes put all these warnings lights on together. If you find its low it is most likely due to the fact that you need your brake pads replaced. You can test this by adding a little fluid to the resevoir (just enough to shut off the lights). Do not fill to the top cause when you do replace the pads the fluid will get pushed back into the resevoir and overflow. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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