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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Haven't seen this very much on 2004's but on 03's There was a service bulletin issued on this. The bulletin directed the technician to perform an inspection of the Brake Control System. Most of the cars I ever saw with this issue had to have the VDC/TCS/ABS control unit/module replaced. The part number for the 03 model sedans is 47851-AM401. if your car is an 04 sedan the part number should begin with the same numbers. Usually there was an internal malfunction in the control unit that caused the computer module that controls and monitors this system to detect a Yaw Rate sensor malfunction which in turn caused the lights to come on and stay on. If your vehicle is a coupe, then the part numbers are a little bit different. I would recommend contacting any Infiniti dealer with your VIN number in hand and ask them if the VDC/TCS/ABS control unit has ever been replaced. Just so you know each and every time an Infiniti has been to the dealer and a repair order was written there is a record of that visit in Infiniti's database, and any dealer can access that information simply by putting in the vin number into their service computer. They can tell you where the car was originally purchased, service history, warranty repair history, any recalls, etc. I would highly suggest doing this, most dealers will even print you a copy of the complete history of the vehicle for a nominal charge. Hope this helps
Posted on May 15, 2009
All three lights came on at the same time while I was driving last month. The dealer said it was the sensors. Had them replaced for about $750
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
Check brake fluid level, add fluid from sealed container if needed.
Also check for leaking rear axle seals. Look for oil on the inside of rear wheels.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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1. Keep an eye on the dashboard for the indicators marked "SLIP" and "VDC Off" which will tell you the status of the computerized handling system if handling isn't normal. "SLIP" will blink when VDC is operating. "VDC OFF" means the system is off. Turn the VDC system back on if the Nissan's handling is poor by pressing the "VDC Off" button until the light goes out.
2. Adjust your driving if "SLIP" comes on. "SLIP" means the road conditions may be slippery. The VDC aids in steering and stopping, but be careful, even if VDC is engaged.
3. Remove any aftermarket suspension parts like enhanced shock absorbers if the "VDC Off" light comes on and handling is bad. The VDC system is geared for stock equipment and tires only. Use winter tires or snow chains on snow-covered roads. VDC won't substitute for the correct winter equipment.
4. Don't drive on very inclined corners with high banks and leave the VDC switch on if the handling is poor with VDC on. The system can't operate properly in that environment. Disengage VDC, or avoid those kinds of roads.
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