Question about 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
My technical expert from FixYa said I need to diagnose the ECU (electronic control unit a.k.a. the "brains" of my car). I asked if I could reset the computer somehow; response was that I would need to disconnect the positive (+) battery for an hour to reset the ECU. Being low on time, I tried it after 15 minutes... everything worked except the "check engine" light was still on. Later that day, I disconnected the positive terminal for over an hour... and EVERYTHING came up fine... no more warning lights. As I suspected, the whole "Christmas tree" of dash lights was a false alarm... just a computer panicing.
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Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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