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2008 nissan titan with a crank but no star hook up my scanner and scanner would nat communicate with ecu

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try you map sensor or your throtle pos sens. your fuel pump is designed to run all the time. it is suppose to run through the fuel rail and back to the tank in a constant cycle.

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Take a few minutes to make sure you dont have a blown fuse....Run through them with your test light...

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is this just the glass element?, or the glass and the plastic backing that pops into the mirror?

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Remove the triangular cover lining.
A) Disengage the wiring connection and insert the male end of the connector back inside door frame so it can easily be removed.
B) Caution: Be careful not to drop the mirror housing. Secure the mirror housing with one hand, remove the (3) nuts holding the mirror housing to the door frame using a 10mm socket.

Carefully remove mirror housing from door frame and set mirror housing on a cloth covered surface.

C) Push down on the upper inboard edge of glass until mirror pivots fully outward. Insert a large slotted screwdriver in between the slotted hole. Carefully pry and twist screwdriver until original mirror pops off. If heated, disconnect heater wires from heater terminals and remove mirror.

Hope helps.

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2001 nissan sentra gxe ecu not communicating, tried the fuse, fuse keeps blowing.

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