Question about 2000 Nissan Maxima
I have Maxima 2000 and it has 160 K, The light "check engine soon" is on for a while. I comes up and in a couple months goes away. Today I went to get a sticker. Before that I disconnected battery ( I thought that way my 'light' will go away ) and definitely 'light' is off. But I was rejected at inspection because they couldn't check car's computer ( after battery disconnecting ) and said me to come in a week. I'm suspicious that 'light' will come up again sooner than I'll go back to them.
1. How could I temporarily "trick" the 'light' ?
2. Will using fuel injection system cleaning or other additives help in my situation?
3. May I remove and clean oxygen sensor? ( If 'yes' .. how can I do ? )
4. Any other work around would be helpful because I can't spend much money on 8 year old car.
Thanks in advance.
The check engine soon can refer to a loose or missing fuel cap. The computer checks the tank pressure, and should see it go down when running. If the cap is the case, the light should go out after about 10 starts. The Oxygen sensor cannot be cleaned, and should be replace every 80K miles or so. Running on a degraded sensor makes your fuel mileage worse. Most Pep Boys locations can read the code and tell you the exact cause for that light.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
The air intake depends is it before or after the mass air flow sensor. and for the check engine light your cant trick your ecm you will just have to fix the problem by geting the code off the computer but i wont tell you the exact cause.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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