Question about 2010 Nissan Versa
Service engine light on, had diagnostic but states everything is fine.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 'service engine soon' light
without using the scan tool you can do it by disconnected the the battery for ( 24 h) to reset it or to ( 5 m) to reset the service engine light but the fault sty in the memory
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Posted on Jul 10, 2008
SOURCE: showing a engine service soon
The code that it is throwing is P0128, "Coolant Temp Below
Thermostat Regulating Temp. If your car is not running hot try this. If it is running hot take it to the shop or replace your thermostat yourself this is probably the problem.
Simply disconnect your battery, turn on the headlight switch for about five to ten minutes, and re-connect the battery. This is pretty simple, but will likely result in you losing your radio presets and perhaps some other small things like that.
This will reset your light. If it comes back on your thermostat or temper sensor may be bad.
Good Luck Hope this helps>
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
could be a number of things with the check engine light on,from what you are describing though, I am going to sugest you look for vacum leaks, broken hoses and such and also listen for a wistling sound. I also had this happen to me but on diffrent type of car, and it was the hose that went to my pcv valve.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
If it's the indicator that literally says "service engine soon", and not the check-engine light, then you have no worries. That's programmed to come on at set intervals to remind you that routine service may be due soon (oil change, inspection, tire rotation, etc). It's not an indication of failure. Failures will be shown by the check-engine light. That one is nothing to worry about. Your owner's manual should have a procedure to turn it off.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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