Question about 1994 Nissan Maxima
We had to pull and reinstall head on Maxima. The car was running afterward. My mechanic saw a vaccum line off so he had to pull intake again. Since this, the anti-theft light is flashing & car will turn over but power to fuel pump & fire has been lost. Any ideas?? Thanks, Stephen
If the light is flashing than the anti-theft is activated. Try locking and unlocking the car with the door lock button on the drivers side. lock and unlock a minimum of three times until the light quits flashing. If the car has loaded up (smells like fuel when cranking) then pull the fuel pump fuse and hold the throttle all the way down when cranking to clear the cylinders, then replace fuse and repeat the procedure with the lock switch if the light is still flashing. It should fire right uo if the light is no longer flashing and the fuse (15 amp) is put back in.
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