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I need to change my
1991-94 Nissan Maxima key less entry reprogramming:
1. The *original code found on the gold box under the glove compartment by the left kicker panel
(there should be 3 sets of codes on the gold box the code u want begins with the letter F and has 7 digits.) (_EXAMPLE_ F# S1234567 )
2. Close and lock all of the doors,
enter the 7 digit code ( make sure you have your key in your pocket not inside any key hole).
3. Once the code is entered correctly you will hear a long beep.
While the beep is sounding ... ENTER your NEW 4 digit code, (you will then hear random beeps)
>>>>>>>>>>>>>Do not touch anything until the beeping stops.
________After the beep is over______
4. Type: S or ST (Clear) and the New 4 digit code and the door will open automatically.
~~~~~~~> NOW YOUR DONE YOUR CODE HAS BEEN RESET.
5. If you forget your new code. Just enter the original one and start all over.
Its really simple I hope it helps...............
on Apr 10, 2018
Tail light and dash lights do not operate.
There is only one circuit. You have to trace the wire from the fuse to find the short. The wire runs to all of the parking and tail lamps as well as the instrument panel, thru the dimmer. If you find connectors along the way, disconnect them to find out if the short is beyond or behind the connector, using an ohmmeter.
on Jun 12, 2017
1993 nissan maxima relays and fuses
Start at the battery. First make sure it has a full charge. Do not proceed until you know the battery is good and fully charged. Use a voltmeter to see if charged, or take it to a parts store for testing-it is a free service, and tells if your battery is good and can hold a charge.
Next thing is to check your battery cables. Are the connections clean and tight, both at the battery and where the other end connects? Make sure no corrosion is on the terminals-that will rob power and may not let the battery charge up or put out power.
After the battery and the cables are checked, now you should get power to the fuse block, do your headlights work now?
Follow the power path-from the battery to the fuse block. Check all your fuses under the e hood, you may have a blown fuse.
on Mar 18, 2017
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