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Hi, my car NISSAN PRAIRIE (Liberty) this with certain problems, accelerating the car stopped the motor of 3000rpm is not, is not in progress of 120km / h, cut to 90km / h, when the change in rear hitch "R "rear lights do not light up, no signals and the rear lights of the gearbox (automatic P, R, N, D) is also on the panel no longer light up. I went to a workshop and made the diagnosis that computerized accused 3erros which are: P0115 COOLANT T SEN CIRC, P0650 MIL / CIRC P1110 INT / V TIM-CON T B1, I wonder what they mean these sensors, how to solve problems and the location of each sensor. Please someone willing to help me? 2001 Nissan Prairie (Liberty) 1998cc petrol Engine: QR20 (DE) 092694A Chassis: RM12013935

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