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96 nissan hardbody smock check

I have a 96 nissan D21 clear the check engine and drove ot for 50 miles and monitors not ready drove 400 miles and monitor still nor ready any sugestions

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Real simple

None of the shops you went to,
know how to diagnose a vehicle

I think your statement about one monitor,
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Almost seems like the people that come to this site

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