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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to reset the engine
turn ignition round to 2nd position turn everything else off like the radio heaters etc. then push and hold down info whilst doing this turn the volume key towards the passenger window and a secret screen will apear here you can do everything that a garage can do. hope this helpd ya. kennylad
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
tats the engine management light mate usally comes on when u have low oil or antthing to do with the engine bring it to nissan dealer if its not low oil they will hook it up to a machine and bingo they have your problem.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
Your Nissan Primera has an on-board diagnostic computer which can detect malfunctions in either engine or transmission.
When the Engine Management light remains lit, this means some faults are present and need investigating.
From what you've described, one of the issues is indeed related to the transmission, but you will need to have the trouble codes (DTC's) extracted from your vehicle's computer, in order to determine what requires repair.
Whenever power is disconnected (i.e. the battery) and re-connected, this resets your vehicle's computer momentarily, until such time as it detects the fault again.
Recommend you either have your local dealer extract the codes (for a small 15min labor fee), or learn to extract the codes yourself, using a suitable jumper wire.
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Posted on May 02, 2010
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