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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am relatively certain this has to be done at the dealer with the handheld diagnostic computer. They will have to access the Body Control Module and reset it. There are many options in the BCM menu that can be set. They should be able to do that rather quickly right on the service drive, and they shouldn't charge you since the vehicle is under warranty. If they don't then that is pretty ****. I worked for an Infiniti dealer for many years in the midwest and we gladly did things like that all the time for free just to take care of our customers.
Posted on May 05, 2009
I can tell you that the mass air flow sensor is up front on the drivers side of the engine. It will be located on top of the round black tube that runs behind the air cleaner box. The IAT, or the IAC valve should be located closer to the engine towards the end of that same tube. That's where the throttle body is located. I would suggest going to your local library and referencing a Mitchell or Chilton repair manual if there is one available for that new of a model.
Posted on May 05, 2009
Please change the oil now at the Nissan garage and watch the vehicle closely.
$100 is not so much like getting your car totally knocked.
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Posted on Aug 25, 2009
I had the same problem with mine. Just got off the phone with the dealership. Really easy fix. Your car is still in transport mode. Put your blinker and windshield wiper arms all the way to the down positions. There may also be a white fuse down by the kick panel that isn't pushed in all the way. Push that in as well. Then start the car. Your clock will then work (at least mine does now).
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
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