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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 nissan frontier 4x4
Well since the lights are controlled by the OBD (on board diagnostics), you'll have to reset it. You may be able to do this by simply disconnecting the battery for a few hours. However, a lot of newer vehicles have electronically locked radios which require the manual to be able to be re-enabled.
I'd check out the radio before disconnecting the battery.
The only other ways are to physically disconnect the lights in the dash or get someone with an OBD reader to clear the codes.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
if you have the airbag light, it will show steady for a few seconds(the manual says 7 secs) after you turn the key from off to on(but not start) and then starts to flash. heres how you reset it, that is if there isn't any under layin problems in the system.
1. turn the key from OFF to ON
2.watch the aifr bag light closely. it will stay on for a few secs, and then as soon as it blinks off(the start of the flashing), turn the key off instantly.
3. count to 5 (1 mississippi, 2 mississippi.. ect..)
4. repeat steps 1-3 two more times until you have done the cycle 3 tinmes
5. now turn the key on and watch the light. it will start blinking in a different, slower manner. this is diagnostic mode. you can watch it for alittle while, no hurry.
6. now turn the key off again, count to 5 like in step 3 again, and turn it back on. if the procedure worked, the airbag light will not be flashing.
if it doesn't work the first time, just repeat the steps again. if it doesn't work after the second try, there is more than likely something work with the srs system and needs to be serviced by the dealer.
this seams to be a standard airbag reset for all newer nissian vehicles
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
The entire bed line will need to be removed. The long screws that hold the metal bracet where the bed extender attaches also hold the tail light assembly in place.
I pulled the bed liner up at a 45 degree angle and layed it on top of the cab. This revealed the screws. Take both screws out and lay to the side along with the metal bracket for the bed extender.
Now firmly grab the edges of the tail light assembly and pull...there are 2 hard rubber nipples that snap in to hold the assembly. You will feel like you might break it but you won't..just pull straight back hard. The assembly will "POP" out and then you can just twist the back of each bulb there are (3) and pull out..now you will see the bulbs..just pull the bad bulb straight out and push the new one into place. Now just reassemble. Total time will be 30-45 min. for this repair.
Posted on May 04, 2010
The parking brake warning light also serves as a brake fluid low light. Check your brake fluid level, it might be just a little shy of the low mark which will cause the intermittent condition. Use the appropriate fluid (DOT 3 or 4) and don't fill to the full mark or the next time you get your brakes serviced it will be overfull. Also, check your brake lining thickness, as the pads wear the fluid level drops in the reservoir.
Posted on May 21, 2010
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