Question about 1996 Nissan 200SX
HOW TO: Reset a flashing airbag light
I read this on the Nissan Forums and I tired it on my friends 95 Maxima. Well I'll be damned! It works. I hear it works on B14's and Altimas of that vintage too!
Open driver door
Turn ignition to the on position The one that will go all the way, but not to start car)
Reach down with your right hand if your a rightty
Press the door ajar sensor button thing (7) times
Start your car.....
You gotta do it a few times to get it right. The faster you do it the more chances it has to reset. If you do it too slow it will seem like it does not work. Make sure you take out the key first before you start the process. __________________
I read this on a Nissan forum and it worked for me!!
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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