Question about 2000 Nissan Pathfinder
What is the drive cycle for a 2000 Nissan Pathfinder when the OBDII indicates the vehicle is "not ready" as reported by the on-board computer?
What is not ready?
One of the 8 Emission Monitors?
Drive cycles have to be looked up in factory manuals
& done by a repair shop, NOT the vehicle owner
Seldom do you need to do a drive cycle
If a drive cycle is done for a reason, there is no driving a vehicle
hundreds of miles, as you hear about
I would guess you have an Emissions Failure
What ever codes you have, will tell you the system to component test
Need scan tool to look at data,thus a repair shop
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Change the brake light switch on the brake pedal arm. Go down to the parts store and ask for a new brake liight switch for your Pathfinder and look up under the dash where the brake pedal arm goes and you will see the switch. You will need to unplug the wires to your old one and disconnect it and install the new one the same way. It is pretty much self adjusting once the brake pedal is released. If the brake light does not go out adjust the switch pin to be longer so it will depress when the pedal is released
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
check the speed sensor either at the transmission or on the front wheel axle. You have to remove the front wheel , rotor until you get down to the shaft. The speed sensor is right there on the passenger side of your car.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
my 98 pathfinder has a 2h,4h,n,4L on the all wheel drive shift,but the shift only allows me to put it in 4Low,what im a supposed to do to put the gear in 2h or 4h?
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
The following drive cycle can be used as a guide to assist with re-setting monitors when a vehicle specific drive cycle cannot be located. This OBDII drive cycle begins with a cold start (coolant temperature below 122 degrees F and the coolant and air temperature sensors within 11 degrees of one another). This condition can be achieved by allowing the vehicle to "sit" overnight, and then by beginning the drive cycle the next day. Most drive cycles will be difficult to follow exactly under normal driving conditions, so the driver should exercise caution, road safety, and courtesy to others.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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