Question about 2003 Nissan Se R
It could be any number of things. There are over 100 different things that could set the code some minor some major. As long as it is not blinking on and off repeatedly it should be ok to drive it. Bring it to the nearest Autozone and they will scan the code for you for free. Unless you live in Ca. then your screwed thanks to the class action lawsuit in the state forbidding parts stores from reading or clearing codes. In which case you just have to bite the bullet and either buy a scanner and read the code yourself or take it somewhere to have the code read. I miss the good old days when you could just cycle the key a few times and the car would flash the code on the check engine light. I know that in my neck of the woods you can buy one for $40-50 which is much cheaper than paying an hour of diag at the dealer.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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