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P1148 and p0031 for Nissan murano 2007 model

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SOURCE: I have a 2007 Nissan Murano. My drivers side

According to the diagnostic procedure in the service manual, the problem is most likely the wiring harness or the switch. If you don't feel comfortable doing this yourself, take it to the dealership.

If you have a DVM, try checking these connections and you should be able to figure out which it is... The connector "D6" they're referring to is the one that connects the power window switches to the BCM. The connector "D8" is the one that connects to the motor itself in your drivers' side front door.

I'm guessing that it's not under warranty if you're trying to fix this yourself...


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Posted on Oct 16, 2010

SOURCE: Engine Codes: P0031, P0142, P1148

Your mechanic is right, replace the upstream sensor (it is screwed into the exhaust manifold) and your codes will go away. Click on the link below to read more:

http://forums.nicoclub.com/p1148-p0031-possible-bad-o2-oxygen-sensor-t513072.html


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SOURCE: codes p0031 p1148 ? What/where are they?

I am having the very same problem with my 2007 Nissan Versa right now as well. However, I have one more additional code: P0142. P0031 refers to the front oxygen sensor heater circuit, low imput. P1148 says: Air/Fuel sensor s connection is shortened or open. I have been digging around online, and have come up with a possible bad upstream O2 sensor, a bad bank 1, sensor 3 malfunction (and replacement), and a possible connection problem. I have NO idea why all of these problems would arrive from a car that's only 3 years old. I've been trying to search for any recalls, considering if it's taken to a dealer to fix, the end cost will be over $600. That's just plain crazy!!

Posted on Dec 09, 2010

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I am having the very same problem with my 2007 Nissan Versa right now as well. However, I have one more additional code: P0142. P0031 refers to the front oxygen sensor heater circuit, low imput. P1148 says: Air/Fuel sensor s connection is shortened or open. I have been digging around online, and have come up with a possible bad upstream O2 sensor, a bad bank 1, sensor 3 malfunction (and replacement), and a possible connection problem. I have NO idea why all of these problems would arrive from a car that's only 3 years old. I've been trying to search for any recalls, considering if it's taken to a dealer to fix, the end cost will be over $600. That's just plain crazy!!

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