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I have a 2005 Nissan Xterra Off Road edition with 45000 miles. I gave a friend a jump start. After the succesful jump start I had warning indicator lights for my VDC, ABS, and SLIP on my dash??? What can have caused this?

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  • biglou4u Apr 03, 2009

    I have a 2006 nissan xterra se with about 46,000 miles.  One day the same three lights came on. (ABS,VDC & SLIP).  They keep coming on everytime we drive it.  I never gave anyone a jumpstart.  I called the dealer and they told me that it could mean that the brake pads need to be changed and they will be happy to look at it for me. I'm sure!  Anyone have any ideas?  I am planning to take it to Autozone where they can hook up the diag tool for fre and maybe tell me more information.

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    2008 nissan xterra check engine, slip and vdc light stay on

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The heavy draw on the charging system may have put it in a low voltage condition which will trigger results like that. Double check your battery connections and you may want to have the battery tested. It might be wearing out. Good luck. Please rate me so I know if I helped.Thanks.

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