Question about 2004 Nissan Altima
The first time I've ever had to deal with the service engine soon light. The car has in fact stalled a couple of times, which is a new event. First time I've had to take the car in for anything and I'm a little bit apprehensive. Strange Garage, strange dealership. Do most repair shops have the ability to look at this or do I need to take it to a Nissan dealer?
Service light is only there to warn you, the car need service. (interval service). any of the repair shop should be able to do the job. you can drive the car just as is. no harm done.
make sure the car pass emmission test. O2 senser.
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