Question about 2004 Nissan 350Z
I have an 04 350Z. I had the battery replaced today. Got on the highway soon after. Throttled up to about 75mph and then lost about 95% throttle power. My traction control, slip, and SES lights all came on. I could only get about 1000rpm out of the motor. Then coasted to a stop and turned the car off. Restarted the car and drove away with full power but the SES light remains on. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
Check and clean ur cable connections at the battery sounds like a low voltage issue
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
Ses might stand for service engine soon, did you replace the batterie? or a shop did it for you ? if it was a shop take it back to them and let them know what's happening but if you did it it has to be diagnose with the famous scan tool to se what information the computer has stored, you know like codes
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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