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1997 Nissan Quest TPS sensor and harness tested good. Trying to get the light to go off. Battery has been disconnected and OBDII autoscaner and reset it, light returns. Need to know why the light wont stay off

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2001 nissan quest with new tps but still has P0120,P0325,P1705 codes

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The TPS is self-calibrating once it is plugged in. Remove one battery cable to clear any codes from the Quest and then put it back on after 1 minute. The TPS should work fine after.

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Hi my name is Nabor. i have a code on my nissan quest po171 code

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go to villager quest yahoo group for expert help. Sounds like a dirty MAF sensor. Clean heated wires with carb cleaner.

TPS readngs are good.

fuel pressure should be 43 engine off, and 34 engine running.

try disconnecting front oxygen sensor for a day & see if better.

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change air filter and see if the code comes back after resetting the computer. to reset, disconnect positive cable from battery for 5 minutes then reconnect or use the erase option on some OBDII code reader. if that fails to resolve the problem, test your sensors (tps, maf, mcs, map... etc.) and replace the ones that don't pass

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go here and the Villager/Quest team will help you.

It could be distributor. 99 was a bad year for this. Bearing makes dust and covers optical sensors in distributor.

could be MAF sensor dirty. clean with carb cleaner. disconnect battery for 2 hours and drive for 10 miles to relearn computer.

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adjust the TPS, throttle position sensor.

First though, disconnect battery for 1/2 hour. Restart engine and drive for 15 miles while computer relearns changes you made. Will run rough for this period.

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Go to Auto Zone, get a Haynes manual on this vehicle. It will tell you where it's at and also help you with future problems.

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