Question about 1997 Nissan Pathfinder
The actual problem code will be stored in the computer as long as the battery is good, but whatever tripped it has probably not happened again, and as long as it has no new problems, the engine light will reset itself after you turn the key on and off so many times. For example, the truck got to hot, and tripped the engine light. After it cooled down you could cycle the key on-off-on-off 6 times and reset the computer. The problem is this does not fix the original problem, the over heating. Was it caused by a bad thermostat? A new one is $5, an overheated motor can warp the heads, ruining the $3,500 motor. I would have the truck hooked up to a computer, a good mechanic will tell you if it is something that needs fixed right away.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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