Question about 1989 Nissan Pulsar

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EMC DASH LIGHT IS ON


What does it mean when the EMC dash light goes on and off. We have only just purchased this car, but it does not have a manual. Does EMC
stand for engine management system?

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  • inicholl Oct 17, 2008

    ECM light is on in my 1989 pulsar

  • racv May 20, 2009

    Im having trouble with the same light on the dash it seems like all of them, have this problem. Not sure wether to be worried about this light or not now. It just annoys me when it comes on, seems like the car is trying to tell me something but what how nows.

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We have the same issue. Have taken it to a mechanic - unfortunately they can't diagnose the problem unless the warning is being triggered at the time, We have the issue when the outside temperature is quite warm - the car feels like it runs thinner when the warnign is on. But its been doing it for 5 years (sice we bought it). We ease of on the accelerator, light goes off...

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

In my pulsar 89, the ECM light comes on sporadically, its been checked and we're pretty sure it doesnt mean anything, there's a fault somewhere in the wiring or something. The car still runs fine!
And yeah, thats what it says in my manual.

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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