Question about 2006 Nissan Sentra
You need the exact code #
Then you look it up,so you can follow a diagnostic proceedure for your vehicle.
The codes rarely indicates what is wrong or what to replace. They are the symptom of an issue your experiencing.
You seldom see people write the codes down,when they go to the auto store,and the store doesn't have much to offer in the way of codes. They sell parts.
I would suggest,long term, you purchase an inexpensive code reader, $60 to $100.00. You pretty much need one, unless you never intend to open the hood or ask questions.
You now need to follow all the vacuum hoses you can see and find and make sure they are in their proper places.
The air filter cover and all ducting to Throttle has to be leak proof.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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