Question about Nissan Almera
The EAVC and Idle Control Valve might be sticking. Remove air filter and pipe work, and inside the throttle body are these valves. Clean the up and reset the ECU - usually removing the negative battery lead will reset Honda's.
The ECU won't be broken or anything by the way, if that's what the mechanic was getting at.
(By the way it's Revs Per Minute RPM :)
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
SOURCE: how do i get service
Hi there.I think i can help u to turn off service alert, Its done in the following way:-
1.Switch ignition on ( do not start engine )
2.Switch radio ON.
4.Switch radio OFF.
5.Press and hold INFO button.
6.Turn volume control knob at least 30 clicks until self dianostic menu is displayed and an audible
signal is heard. ( while still holding the INFO button )
8.Using the circular dial ( Joystick ) select Confirmation/Adjustment and press centre of joystick
9.Select Service and press ENTER.
10.Select Reset and press ENTER
11Press BACK button to return to main menu.
12.Switch OFF ignition
This should do the job, sorry it`s so long winded
Good luck John ( South Wales UK)
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
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