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Zee Tech

Charlotte, NC

If you think a good technician is expensive - try a bad one first. 2x ASE cert. Master Tech / ASE cert. Service Advisor, Canadian Red Seal Interprovincial cert. Technician, European Vehicle Specialist with over 19 years of experience in the different fields of the automotive industry. Please do the following, so we can give you a better response: - give as much info about the problem as possible and the necessary info of your vehicle, including engine size, auto or manual transmission, 2WD or 4WD, in what conditions the problem occurs i.e.: only at operating temp, only when cold, all the times, when I accelerate/ decelerate, etc... - post a follow-up, tell us what happened, what fixed it, share your experience with your local repair shop so everyone can learn from it. Thank you and drive safely in a safe, well maintained vehicle! Zee


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Unfortunately it's an assembly, no parts available to repair it. Try www.alldatadiy.com for instructions.


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First you have to get the leak fixed.


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Is the engine running at operating temperature? What does the temperature gauge showes?


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Take your wehicle to a shop for a steering / suspension check. It may be getting unsafe to drive.


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Possible blend door actuator or broken blend door link problem. Unfortunately the dash must be removed and the heater box must come out for further inspection.


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I think you have bent valves due to the broken timing chain.


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Try this: Get in your truck, turn the key to ON position (do not start the engine!) and within 3 seconds push the accelerator pedal to the floor and let it back. Turn the key off, than start it and see if it's working good now.


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Does the engine reach operating temperature? What's the temp gauge showing after you drove it for a while? It may be just a thermostat and the CEL relates to the long open loop mode.


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Make sure the electrical connector is seated in the throttle correctly. Reset the DTC and do a throttle re-learn.


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It could be a problem with ignition coils or engine wiring harness. Search the net for "Nissan technical service bulletin 01-059" it explains a bit deeper.


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