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If it's like the 92 Maixima it is driven electrically from a sensor on the back of the transmission. It's a round cylinder of couple of inches in
diameter and about 3.5 inches long with a couple of wires attached. Located on the trans above and to the left of the engine oil filter looking from the drivers seat. It could be this sensor or the insturment cluster could be bad.
Brillo pad, maybe a 2" mirror on a wire or gimbal (dental mirrors are a little small), flashlight. The model and serial numbers are on the side, and if you managed to take the thing off, on the ring inside the gasket face attaching it to the engine. Or, remember the service history/ask it of a Nissan Certified shop.
those are not fun ....they can be found in the rear of motor right above transmission bell housing .I cant decide if popping the tranny out is worth the fight you will have attempting to do it up above laying over the motor with virtually no clearance to remove it but I have done it both ways. I guess the most sensible way is to remove the transmission and access it from underneath.