I looked on-line for the explanation of this code, which was revealed at the emissions testing, and no explanation came up in their system and on-line the number didn't even exist. Any ideas. I'm going to try AutoZone before a dealer.
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Code 410 is for a problem with the AIR system but I don't have the explanation for a Nissan.
The AIR system pumps cold air into the exhaust system to lower emissions.
You might try using a search engine to look for the test procedure for Nissan.
You will need a disagnostic scanner with testing and live data and command capabilities to test the PCM(powertrain control module) and the TCM(transmission control module) to see if either are faulty. If they test ok, then wiring harness has to be physically checked for short to ground or short to voltage.
This is not an easy fix such as an O2 sensor or other sensor or component. It absolutely required a factory level scan tool and indepth knowledge of how these two computers (pcm and tcm) operate and communicate with each other
The above is a good explanation of accessing the mirror but to answer your question directly, yes, they will fit. All the 90-97 mirrors are interchangeable with the exception of installing later power mirrors onto a 90-91 Miata where it wasn't a factory option. They will mount up fine but do require enlarging the center hole where the wires need to run.
P1170 = Front heated O2 sensor no inversion (stuck).
means that the signal isn't increasing like its supposed to. Most likely
the O2 sensor is bad. It could also be a short or that the wires aren't
plugged in all the way.