Question about Nissan Altima
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As a first course of action, please open the hood and remove the positive battery connector. Let it sit for atleast 5mins. then reconnect it again. This will reset the system and can get rid of the maintenance light.
If the problem still persists, I strongly suggest that you visit a reputable auto repair shop to run a scan on your car and have it resetted. Let's just hope that removing the positive battery connector does the fix.
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Posted on May 27, 2011
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To reset "Maintenance Notice" on the display, turn the ignition key to ON, with engine off. Select the "Maintenance Schedule' key by using the button to right or left. Using the button select the "Reset" key and push the "Enter" button.
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