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if your ASR light is on, then either you are experiencing wheel-spin (even a small amount will cause it to flash), or you might have pressed the ASR button to turn it off (it will be on constantly).
When on and slipping; engine revs are limited by computer to maintain control. Until it resets. This feature may be disabled by pressing ASR or "anti skid" button... not recommended unless prepared for wheel slippage.
Sounds like it is doing its job? The rev up shutting down will not hurt your motor... It's the trade off for uncontrolled slipping being controlled by computer..
I think a trip to the nissan dealer may be needed. The Slip and VDC sytem is tied into the anti-lock brake system. Could be as simple as a vacuum leak or a bad check valve at the brake booster, or the ABS system could be malfunctioning.
sounds like a ABS sensor has failed. Please have it checked soon,didnt like when you said brakes are slipping,this could be very dangerous.....hope this helps and good luck....Please rate my post and thank you ahead of time.
The lights are being turned on by your BCM or Body Control Module. It's located under the driver's side knee bolster, but it will probably have to be taken to the Dealership to hook up their DRB III to ascertain as to why the BCM is turning on all of your lights.
Anti lock brakes and traction controls will light if there is too much tire pressure differential. That mean a low tire turns more rpm in a mile than a full tire so it constantly thinks it is slipping in either /both taking off or braking... Tire pressure is important. Check it!
This most likely is not the cause of the car failing unless it is caused by a bigger electrical problem.
The yellow triangle with an "!" point in the center is the ASR/EDL indicator, Anti Slip Regulator. If it flashes while driving it just means the anti-slip has been activated. It will stay lit if the system has been manually switched off or if it is malfunctioning. A malfunction would not affect the car's running other than you have no anti slip function. This is an option.