Question about 1996 Nissan Sentra
No injector pulse code p1610
It could be several things. i had a very similar problem with the same car you should first check to see if you are getting spark by pulling the spark plug wire off of the spark plug, stick a screwdriver in the end and cranking it while holding the it close to ground ( any where on the frame should be fine). if no spark then it is probably either a bad ignition switch or bad coil. if there is spark. take out one of the spark plugs and inspect it and the cylinder if the cylinder seems to have alot of gas in it and the spark plug has a lot of black soot on it it means your engine is running rich and that could be the fault of 1. your computer, 2. you have bad injectors 3. bad o2 sensor. check and tell me how it goes
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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