Question about Nissan Pulsar
On a 1999 Nissan Pulsar what is the orange warning light at top[ right of dash with the word CHECK across it for?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It means you have a computerized system management problem. An electronic sensor component has either failed, or a condition has occurred that has put a sensor out of normal range and the onboard computer is letting you know of it. Any time that light comes on it sets a code that can be read with a special code reader.Most auto parts stores will retrieve the code/ codes for you at no cost. Be very cautious interpreting the codes meaning, because various engine conditions will set a code as well, because the condition will affect what the sensor measures. If you spend the money for the replacement sensor(never cheap) it won't shut the light off.Once installed auto parts stores will not take it back.Also 90 percent of the time it is defective wiring running to the sensor or bad grounding that causes the codes/codes.So unless you have a ton of high priced testing equipment and a lot of electronic engine control troubleshooting experience,you best take in in for service. One more thing. The most common reason the light comes on is a loose or defective gas cap.The computer monitors that too.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Sounds like your alternator may be getting ready to check out. Have your battery and charging system tested by a dealer or shop.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
that is your check engine light. take it to a parts store and have then use a OBD II reader on it. that will tell you what the light came on for
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Yes, Yes, Yes, and Yes.....All that you want to do you can perform yourself and save quite a bit of money.You can actually find a VERY VERY descriptive online manual(which i have too) at alldata.com You pay a $20 fee and you get online manuals for five years for one vehicle.Definitely worth it.This makes auto work much easier.Any other questions get back to me...I'M HERE TO HELP!!!
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
if you're in a bind anything's better than nothing. it's best to stick with a certain brand though. Decide on a 10w-30 or 15w30, and stick with it. If not sure what has been in the engine before, change the oil and filter. If switching to a synthetic, definitely change the oil and then top off with the synthetic.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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