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The engine light is on and i need help to take it off. also their is a fuel pressure sensor condition.

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The way to turn off the check engine light is to have the codes scanned and the problem repaired. Todays newer GM vehicles use several different comunication protocals for the different computer systems. The latest scanner technology is needed to scan and clear codes. Just disconnecting the battery does not work anymore.
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Multiple misfires can be caused by a few different things , intake manifold vacuum leaks , low fuel pressure , basic things like plug wires an spark plugs needing to be changed if hasn't been done already . How many miles on the vehicle ? If over 100,000 K timing chain an gear wear can also cause this . The powertrain control module (PCM) uses information from the ignition control (IC) module and the camshaft position (CMP) sensor in order to determine when an engine misfire is occurring. By monitoring the variations in the crankshaft rotation speed for each cylinder the PCM is able to detect individual misfire events. A misfire rate that is high enough can cause the three-way catalytic converter to overheat under certain conditions. The malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) will flash ON and OFF when the conditions for 3-way catalytic converter overheating are present.
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A mass air flow (MAF) sensor output that causes the PCM to sense a lower than normal air flow will cause a lean condition. Try operating the vehicle within the Failure Records conditions with the MAF sensor disconnected. If the lean or misfiring condition is not present with the MAF sensor disconnected, replace the Mass Airflow Sensor Replacement .


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Vacuum leaks that cause intake air to bypass the MAF sensor will cause a lean condition. Check for disconnected or damaged vacuum hoses, incorrectly installed or malfunctioning crankcase ventilation valve, or for vacuum leaks at the throttle body, exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve, and intake manifold mounting surfaces.


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Do you have a check engine light on ? Is it cold when it runs good an then not when it warms up ? You need to have a diagnostic scan tool hooked up , check engine sensor data parameters .Have a pro diagnose it before replacing parts .ECT - engine coolant temp . sensor , mass air flow sensor , O2 sensors , also check fuel trims , if you know what those are . Fuel trims are a good diagnostic tool , is the PCM adding fuel for lean condition ., low fuel pressure ,plugged fuel filter , worn fuel pump etc... Or is the PCM subtracting fuel , leaking fuel injectors , bad fuel pressure regulator . What make , model an year vehicle ?

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2011 nissan sentra won't start


Thank you you can start by scanning for codes, but a 02 sensor will not cause a no start condition
We will have to pinpoint what the engine is missing.

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All three of these are tested when the engine is being cranked over. There are two way of checking for fuel. Fuel pressure and fuel trigger. Both are very important and must be present for the car to start. Fuel pressure is self explanatory. You just hook up the gage and see what the reading is. Fuel trigger is check with a noid light. The injector gets unplugged and the noid light gets plugged in to the injector clip. With the engine cranking over, this light must blink. This is the signal to the injectors from the computer. You can have all the fuel pressure in the world, but it wont matter if the injector is not pulsing gas into the cylinder like it should! Compression tester, spark tester, fuel pressure gage and noid light are all accessible at your local auto store. All three tests play a very important part in diagnosing a no start condition

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try changing your fuel filter it may solve your problem. after changeing fuel filter disconnect battery for 30 minutes if your light stays off problem solved.if this was helpful please leave me good feedback

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This sure sounds like a "rich" condition. Meaning the engine is receiving too much fuel from the fuel injection system or the carburetor, depending what type of fuel delivery system you have and the year of the vehicle. A rich condition most always causes excess carbon (black smoke) and high gas consumption. A common cause of this on later model vehicles with fuel injection is a bad fuel pressure regulator allowing too much fuel to enter the throttle body. Many pressure regulators are connected directly to the fuel rail running along the topside of the engine. It's about 2-3 inchs round and has a vacuum port on top of it. If it is easliy accessable, pull the vacuum hose off of it and see if the engine idle speed stays the same, also check for any unwanted fuel inside the vacuum hose. If those 2 conditions exsist, chances are you have a bad fuel regulator.

Carbureted vehicles are another story. They have a float and a needle & seat assembly inside which sometimes get stuck or dirty, allowing too much fuel to enter the engine. Both of these parts are deep inside carburetor and are best left to a professional technician to diagnose. One last thought. A bad oxygen sensor (O2 sensor) will sometimes cause a rich condition. But if an O2 sensor goes bad, it is usually accompanied by a "check engine" light coming on.
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Fuel Trim Bank Two Condition
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Probable Cause[s]

  1. If bank one and two are set together suspect a fuel pressure condition or MAF sensor fault
  2. Failed HO2S21
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    Fuel trim bank one condition
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    Probable Cause[s]

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