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I have same porblem P0440,P1448 and P0325 of 98 Maxima. How much to fix them?

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Codes don't tell you what to fix
They indicate possible emission system failures
You use the codes, to go to an area and diagnose from there,to find cause of codes being set
You can not work on todays vehicles, if you don't know their systems, and have reference materials and wiring diagrams

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We have no prices for any thing

That is what repair shops are for or a dealer if you have money to throw away

Posted on Nov 09, 2010


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What are these codes and what they means p0732, p01448.p0455

P0732 Nissan - 2nd. Gear MalfunctionPossible causes
- Low transmission fluid level

- Dirty transmission fluid

- Faulty Shift Solenoids

- Shift Solenoids harness is open or shorted

- Shift Solenoids circuit poot electrical connection

- Transmission mechanical problems

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P1448 Nissan
P1448 Nissan - EVAP Canister Vent Control Valve Open
Possible causes

- EVAP canister vent control valve

- EVAP canister is saturated with water

- EVAP control system pressure sensor and the circuit

- Blocked rubber tube to EVAP canister vent control valve

- Water separator

P1448 and P0455: EVAP air leaks - Maxima Forums"Here\'s your answer:

The EVAP codes you are getting are directly related to your

\'vent control valve\'. This is VERY COMMON on this generation

Maxima. Up under yer car behind the left rear wheel is your

EVAP canister. (black plastic box) Your vent control valveis

bolted directly to this canister, with 2 screws. There should

be a vacuum line connected to it. Be sure it IS, and that it

looks like it\'s in good condition.

These valves are notorious for going bad, even more

so than the ignition coilpacks! They dont cause any

decrease in performance, but it usually decreases gas mileage,

and it will cause it to fail emissions testing. But worst of all, it

makes that MIL light on the dash flash...

It\'ll cost ya about $60 from the dealer.. have yer VIN ready..

there are 2 different ones for this generation: 1 with a nipple

and o-ring, the other with no nipple (requires separate o-ring).

Part #\'s: 14935-54u04 OR 14935-54u06

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That code is an emissions cannister leak and is not related to the engine failure. IT is most likely the crank shaft sensor that is bad.

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& may have succeeded

Drive 60 miles AFTER it overheats
Then drive 3 weeks without wondering about
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Someone should take the car away from you

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P1448 NISSAN - EVAP Canister Vent Control Valve Open

Possible causes- EVAP control system pressure sensor and the circuit
- Blocked rubber tube to EVAP canister vent control valve
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