Question about 1997 Nissan Maxima
If your map sensor is bad, it will also cause p1447 to illuminate.
You can check the air passage continuity on the map sensor/solenoid valve.
Provide the switch with 12 volts, please note which pin is positive and negative.
Check air passage continuity between A-B, A-C. My manual shows that if there is no continuity between A-B but there is between A-C then your map sensor/solenoid valve is bad and should be replaced.
It is listed as a cause for the p1447 light.
I hope this helps
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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