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Service Engine Soon

"Service Engine Soon" light came on and my regular mechanic could not fix the problem saying it has to be done by the dealer. He gave me the code: P0507 for my 2005 Nissan Altima 4 cylinder. What does this code mean?
Thanks, Rich Colasuonno

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That is pure nonsense. The PO 507 appears to be Idle Air Control System

Look over the car yourself

Make sure the Air Filter cover is on correctly and all duct work to the Throttle Body is in place and tight and you have no other vacuum hoses off.

You never need a Dealer. All you need is good professional scanner and up todate software.

Find a NEW Shop that cares to work on your vehicle

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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