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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Close all vehicle doors, LOCK doors using drivers side switch.
Insert key all the way into the ignition, (do not turn) remove key.
Repeat this step 5 times. (6 total)
Hazards should flash to indicate program mode.
Press any button on transmitter to be programmed, hazards should flash to indicate successfull program.
*For additional remotes, cycle drivers door lock UNLOCK, LOCK, press any button on remote, hazards should flash. Repeat step as necessary.
Ignition ON, (engine off) ignition OFF, UNLOCK using drivers side switch, test remotes.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
most likely it is the transfer case leaking. known problem on the AWD models. they leak right down on the exhaust and causes the burning smell. have it checked out again.
Posted on May 14, 2009
I recently experienced the same symptom with my '05 Murano and it was not a fuel problem. The dealer listed the cause as dry axle splines and replaced both front drive shaft assy's. Note that this was done as warranty with no cost incurred by me.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
Owners of many late-model Nissan and Infiniti vehicles have the unique privilege of actually setting the interval at which they would like to be alerted about changing oil. To do so:
1. Push the "MAINT" button on the main menu.
2. Select "Engine Oil" and push Enter.
3. Select "Maintenance Schedule" and push joystick right or left to select desired mileage.
4. To reset maintenance interval, select "Reset" and push Enter.
To reset the maintenance reminder, follow this procedure:
1. Push the "MAINT" button for more than 1.5 seconds.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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(Assuming the lights/battery are good), First, try a different remote/key. Your remote may be bad.
If the problem is your remote, get a new one ASAP, since you have to have a working one that the computer recognizes in order to train it to recognize a new one. Otherwise you have to replace the entire computer module ($$$).
If the other remote does not help, try disconnecting the ground cable on the battery for a minute or two, then reconnect it. If that fixes it, talk to your dealer. My 2005 Chrysler T&C had a similar problem, the door locks are always powered, but the computer monitors how much current they draw. If it is too high, the computer disables them to save the battery. In my case, the current limit was too low, the computer had to be reprogrammed by the dealer.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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