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NISSAN Fault Codes DTC

NISSAN Fault Codes DTC - Primera, Qashqai, Almera, Juke, Murano, Patrol, X-Trail, Pathfinder, Sunny, Tiida, Teana, AD

 

NISSAN Engine malfunctions

 

P0008 The combination 0008 appears as a result of the extension of the timing chain, which indicates its wear. It is necessary to check the integrity of the product, and if it really stretched, then replace it.

P0011 Code P0011 or 0011 indicates an incorrect camshaft position. The cause of the problem may lie in the sensor, as well as in the wear of the pulley gears. A visual diagnosis of the shaft is necessary.

P0014 Code P0014 indicates a low efficiency of the gas distribution system or a malfunction of the camshaft sensor. A detailed diagnosis of the controller is performed.

P0015 Code 0015 indicates incorrect camshaft position

P0016 The combination 0016 appears as a result of an incorrect ratio of crankshaft and camshafts (row 1, controller A)

P0017 Code P 0017 reports the incorrect position of the camshaft and crankshaft. If the circuit is stretched, the problem may be in it. However, first of all, it is recommended to check the operation of the sensor, as well as the integrity of the shafts. A possible cause may be gear wear.

P0021 Code P0021 or 0021 is literally translated as “camshaft position - excess of time or system performance”. A possible cause may be the wear of the gears on the pulley. In some cases, the reason is the sensor itself.

P0022 Code 0022 literally stands for "Exceeding the Camshaft Delay Time (Bank 2)"

P0102 The literal translation of the error is “reduced input circuit for mass or volume flow”. It is necessary to check in detail the operation of the engine, starting with the main sensors.

P0113 On vehicles in 2014 and other years of manufacture, this code stands for “high intake air intake temperature circuit”

P0118 Code 0118 appears as a result of engine overheating (high antifreeze temperature). Prolonged use of a car with such a problem will lead to breakdown of the power unit. If, in fact, the engine does not overheat, the malfunction may consist in a malfunctioning refrigerant temperature sensor.

P0171 If error 0171 or P0171 caught fire, this indicates that the mixture in the engine cylinders is too lean.

Possible causes of the problem:

- clogged nozzles or fuel filter (requires purging and cleaning elements);

- air leaks (it is necessary to diagnose all pipes and lines going from to the intake manifold);

- damage to the collector device (a node integrity check is needed);

- suction in the place of installation of the gauge of single turns;

- malfunction of the fuel pump or its incorrect operation.

Signs that may indicate depletion of the air-fuel mixture:

- overheating of the power unit;

- burning rings mounted on pistons;

- valve malfunction;

- quick muffler wear, exhaust pipe damage;

- high consumption of engine fluid and antifreeze;

- reduction in engine traction while driving, power drop.

P0172 Codes P0172 (0172) for Nissan Example N12 and other models report enrichment of the air-fuel mixture.

The main causes of this problem are:

- clogged air filter;

- malfunction or clogging of fuel injectors;

- failure of the pressure controller;

- malfunction of the air flow sensor.

P0174 Depleted air-fuel mixture in the engine cylinders

P0175 Enriched air-fuel mixture in engine cylinders

P0234 Error P0234 appears as a result of overloading the power unit. The car engine is running in heavy duty, there can be many causes of a malfunction. It is necessary to fully test the motor, from measuring compression to sensors and control unit.

P0238 Combination P0238 stands for “High Circuit Sensor A Turbocharger Boost System”. Detailed device diagnostics are required.

P0300 Combinations of P0300 (0300) are literally interpreted as "random or multiple breakdown in the engine cylinder." The problem is the misfire. A possible cause may be a malfunction of the timing control solenoid on the intake shaft. Using the program, it is necessary to check the angle of rotation of the device and compare it with the normalized value.

P0301 Microprocessor module detected misfire in the first cylinder of the engine

P0302 Malfunction in the second cylinder of the power unit. Diagnostics of compression and the device itself is required.

P0304 Code 0304 indicates a malfunction in the fourth cylinder of the engine

P0350 Code P0 350 (0350) indicates a malfunction of the primary or secondary circuit through which the ignition coil is connected. You need to check the wires connected to the device, the problem may be oxidation or damage to the contacts.

Symptoms:

- unstable engine idling (troit motor);

- spontaneous stop of the power unit at traffic lights or in traffic jams;

- difficulty starting the engine.

P0380 Code 0380 indicates a malfunction of the glow plug heater. It is necessary to check the operation of each element, including its conductors.

P0400 Error due to a malfunction in the exhaust gas recirculation system. This unit is responsible for preventing environmental pollution, so you can turn it off if necessary. But first of all, it is necessary to carry out diagnostics of all nodes and branch pipes of the system for lack of tightness, to clean the lines and filters.

P0420 Error in the operation of the catalytic system. In practice, the code P0420 or 0420 usually indicates a malfunction of the oxygen sensor mounted below or above the catalyst. A possible reason may be the failure of the controller itself, as well as its poor contact with the network. Sometimes the problem is the oxidation of the regulator contacts.

P0488 Code P0488 indicates a failure in the EGR valve

P0505 0505 - malfunction of the idle control system.


P0745 Code 0745 indicates a malfunction in the pressure control solenoid

P0746 Failure of the pressure solenoid. If P0746 or 0746 errors, the problem may be a device jam.

P0868 Combination 0868 reports a low oil pressure in the secondary circuit. The cause of the problem is a jammed pump pressure reducing valve. You need to diagnose the device and replace it if necessary.

P0965 Malfunction solenoid B, an error indicates damage to the electrical circuit

P1021 Code 1021 indicates problems in the operation of the engine turbine. In some cases, the power unit will not start. It is necessary to check the operation of the device and make sure its integrity.

P1154 Code 1154 indicates re-enriched mixture in the second cylinder of the engine

P1206 Malfunction of the high pressure pump. It is necessary to check the operation of the device and all the contacts connected to it.

P1212 Code 1212 also indicates problems with the operation of the throttle assembly. Diagnose the position sensor. First of all, the damper is checked - the mechanism could be stuck in the open or closed position.

P1220 Code P1220 indicates a malfunction of the throttle control system

P1225 P1225 indicates a malfunction of the throttle assembly, you need diagnostics of all system components

P1272 Code 1272 indicates a malfunction in the cylinder. First of all, it is necessary to diagnose the oxygen sensor.

P1276 Code indicates violations in the formation of the air-fuel mixture.

Action to be taken to resolve the problem:

- Check the fuel pump, in particular the filter.

- Diagnose and clean nozzles if necessary. Perhaps the cause of the problem is a violation of the tightness of the devices.

- Check fuel pressure sensor.

P1277 Cylinder number 7 is in the open position

P1320 The combination of P1320 indicates the absence of an ignition signal (“ignition signal primary”). To find the reason for the appearance of code 1320, you must first check the operation of the spark plugs and the switchgear. Also, the ignition lock is subject to diagnosis, in particular, its contact area and the "larva". The cause of the malfunction may be the wear of the high-voltage wires or their poor contact with the distributor.

P1525 Code P1525 usually indicates a particulate filter malfunction. It is necessary to check the operation of the filtering device, its cleaning is unlikely to solve the problem, so the part will have to be changed.

P1585 Malfunction of the control module throttle

P1740 Failure or incorrect operation of the inductive signal coupling of the torque converter

P2101 General Throttle DTC

P2119 Throttle Malfunction

P2263 Code 2263 appears as a result of a charge pressure control error

P062B Error P062B on-board computer Nissan Premer, Tiana and other models indicates a malfunction of the control module in relation to the parameters of the fuel injectors. The main symptom of the problem is unstable engine operation. If the “symptoms” are gone, but the error remains, this indicates that the nozzles are clogged, but not critical.

21 No ignition signal

28 Faulty radiator fan. The device may be operational, but the control unit has detected damage to the electrical circuit. The defect is minor if the fan starts, but it is still recommended to check the integrity of the wiring.

 

NISSAN Faulty camshaft and crankshaft controllers

 

P0018 Code 0018 appears as a result of a malfunction of the crankshaft sensor A

P1089 Error indicates a malfunction of the exhaust camshaft sensor of the VVEL system, which is responsible for the opening height of the intake valves

P0345 Code 0345 appear as a result of incorrect operation of the camshaft sensor

P1335 Code 1335 appears as a result of a malfunction of the crankshaft regulator. Most likely, dirt has got on the device connector. The signal from the sensor disappears a few seconds after starting the engine.

C1155 Malfunction of the crankshaft rotation controller.

 

NISSAN Lambda probe malfunctions

 

P0139 Code P0139 reports a malfunction of the oxygen controller. Diagnostic actions for the device are performed similarly, as in the case with other sensors.

P0150 Malfunction of the first oxygen sensor installed in the second block

P0158 Malfunction of the oxygen controller installed in Bank No. 2

P1031 Code P1031 appears as a result of the failure of the front oxygen sensor, a low signal is recorded in its electrical circuit

P1148 Lambda probe malfunction Verification of all oxygen controllers is required to correct the cause.

P1273 Code 1273 indicates a malfunction of the oxygen regulator, but the possible causes of the problem may be as follows:

- failure of the lambda probe heater;

- incorrect fuel pressure;

- breakage or incorrect operation of fuel injectors;

- air leakage from the intake system.

P2A00 Failure of one of the oxygen sensors

033 Malfunction of the front heated oxygen regulator.

NISSAN Faulty engine and ABS sensors

 

P0071 Code 0071 appears as a result of a breakdown of the ambient temperature sensor

P0089 Code 0089 indicates failure of the fuel pressure regulator. Nissan car engine can go into emergency operation. Possible reduction in engine thrust, its arbitrary stop at idle. The reason may be the sensor itself or damage to the wiring that powers it.

P0111 On Nissan UD and other models, code 0111 indicates performance issues with the intake air temperature controller. The signal received from the sensor is outside the acceptable limits.

P0426 Combination 0426 results from improper operation of the catalyst temperature sensor. The signal from the controller may be out of range.

P0500 Code 0500 indicates a malfunction in the speed controller of the vehicle

P0776 Malfunction of the pressure control solenoid valve

P0840 Transmission pressure regulator malfunction If the vehicle is equipped with a CVT, it is necessary to check the integrity of the chain.

P0846 On Nissan Consult and other models, code P0846 translates to “gearbox oil pressure sensor failure”. The reason may be both in the controller and in the transmission fluid itself. The error appears as a result of a shortage of consumables or the use of low-quality liquid.

P1034 Malfunction of the NOX-G295 controller, check the sensor on the gas pedal. When the code 1034 appears, a weak response is possible as a result of pressing the gas, the engine stalls.

P1051 Code 1051 appears as a result of malfunction or malfunction of the fuel ratio controller. Also, this error may indicate a malfunction in the control circuit of the heating unit.

P1110 The literal interpretation of the P1110 code is “IAT sensor failure”. The cause of the problem is the failure of the solenoid valve timing of the intake valve installation. A detailed check of the mechanism is required.

P1168 Failure of the fuel supply sensor in the lower limit

P1171 Code P1171 indicates a malfunction in the rotor controller. A detailed check of the regulator and its contacts is required.

P1226 Code 1226 appears when the control sleeve controller malfunctions

P1336 Malfunction of the touch controller

P1568 Malfunction of the speed sensor

P1574 Code P1574 indicates a mismatch throttle position sensors

P1705 Code 1705 indicates a malfunction in the throttle position sensor. It is necessary to check the integrity of the controller and its contacts on the block. The problem may be the oxidation of the pads.

P1715 Error 1715 indicates problems with the speed of the input shaft input controller. To eliminate the cause, the sensor and its contact with the network are checked.

P1720 Code P1720 indicates a malfunction in the speed sensor. The readings on the speedometer of cars 2000, 2002, 2004 and other years of production may not correspond to reality. It is necessary to check the operation of the controller, but most likely, the device must be replaced. The problem may be poor contact.

P1722 If, when reading the OBD, the control unit issues a code P1722 or 1722, this means that the module is receiving incorrect speed data from the ABS controller. The device is subject to diagnosis. A possible cause of the ABS sensor malfunction may be contamination of the contacts, because the regulator is installed in the area of the wheel. With such an error, the 4WD indicator on the instrument panel may be lit.

P1726 Code 1726 is literally interpreted as "insufficient engine speed during the self-test." The cause of the problem may be the idle sensor or the engine control unit.

P1778 The variator error 1778 stands for step motor error: stepper motor changes do not correspond to control commands.

P2112 Malfunction of the position sensor damper throttle assembly

P2127 On Nissan 350 and other models, this code indicates a malfunction in the sensor mounted on the gas pedal. With such an error, the car can hardly develop speed, engine power will be reduced.

P2135 Literal translation of code P2135 "mismatch of the readings of sensors No. 1 and No. 2 of the throttle position." One of the controllers could be out of order or malfunctioning. It is necessary to check the operation of the sensors and their wiring.

P2138 Code 2138 indicates a malfunction of the touch controller mounted on the electronic gas pedal

P2765 Code indicates a malfunction in the input speed sensor

P102B Malfunction of the temperature controller or exhaust, both controllers must be checked

B1023 Malfunction of the passenger airbag indicator. Perhaps the lamp itself on the dashboard or the contact on its wire is damaged.

B1120 Error in the operation of the anti-lock sensor. The controller number is not indicated, therefore, it is necessary to test each device. The cause of the problem may be the contamination of the contacts on the sensor, which is the most likely option.

B1412 Code B1412 indicates problems with the operation of the outdoor temperature controller

B2163 Code B2 163 means failure of the light sensor

B2604 Malfunction of the sliding door sensor

B2631 Malfunction of the sun sensor

C1142 On Skyline HV Pathfinder R50 This code often indicates a malfunction in the pressure sensor of the stabilization system. To clear the error, a detailed check of the controller should be performed and replaced if necessary.

C1143 Code C1143 indicates the failure of the wheel speed controller. It is necessary to check the operation of the sensor and its connection.

C1163 Combination C 1163 indicates a malfunction of the brake switch, the device could jam in the closed position. A detailed check of the sensor with wiring is required.

C1290 Code C 1290 appears as a result of an error in the operation of the steering angle controller

13 Incorrect data on engine coolant temperature

47 Failure or incorrect operation of the engine speed sensor.

NISSAN Electrical faults

 

P0010 On the Nissan X Trail T32 2011 and other years of release, code 0010 reports a malfunction of the electrical circuit of the actuator of the camshaft position

P0031 Codes P0031 and 0031 report a reduced signal recorded in the circuit of the heating device of the oxygen sensor

P0033 Code 0033 results from damage to the turbocharger bypass valve control circuit

P0037 Undervoltage in heater control circuit by first oxygen controller

P0043 Reduced signal coming from the heater of the third oxygen regulator installed in the first row

P0045 Malfunction of wiring solenoid control valve with a turbo amplifier

P0055 Code 0055 indicates a malfunction of the oxygen controller circuit

P0057 Reduced signal from the oxygen sensor heater control controller

P0073 Code 0073 appears as a result of a high signal in the electrical circuit of the outdoor controller

P0077 Code 0077 on the Nissan X-Trail reports damage to the inlet valve control circuit

P0051 Code 0051 appears due to a malfunction in the oxygen sensor heater circuit. A failed heater must be replaced, but most likely the reason is related to the wiring.

P0072 Low temperature controller ambient air. On Nissan Primera, error 0072 may indicate damage to the sensor wiring.

P0078 Bad wiring solenoid valve exhaust control device

P0075 Code Indicates Solenoid Intake Valve Wiring Malfunction

P007A Code 007A - malfunction of the electrical circuit of the temperature sensor for intermediate cooling of charge air installed in bank 1

P0090 Malfunction of an electric circuit of a regulator of pressure of fuel

P0100 Code 0100 indicates a damaged wiring for the mass air flow sensor. A cable integrity diagnosis is required, but a possible cause may be the controller itself. It is necessary to check the operation of the sensor and perform its cleaning if the clogging of the device is not critical.

P0110 Code 0110 reports damage or short circuit in the intake air temperature controller

P0115 Code 0115 appears as a result of damage or malfunction of the power line of the antifreeze temperature sensor. A short in the wiring is possible.

P0120 Code 0120 indicates a malfunction in the electrical circuit of the throttle position sensor

P0121 If we consider code 0121 as an OBD scanner, it can be decoded as "a malfunction of the throttle position sensor"

P0123 High signal in the electrical circuit of the throttle position controller

P0130 Code and P0 130 (0130) indicates damage to the wiring of the oxygen regulator. It is necessary to check the operation of the lambda probe and the integrity of its power line.

P0131 Code P0 131 (0131) indicates a reduced voltage in the electrical circuit of the first oxygen controller installed in the first row

P0132 Code 0132 appears when the voltage in the circuit of the oxygen controller is increased

P0133 Undervoltage in the power circuit of the lambda probe

P0134 Combination P0134 Indicates that the engine control unit cannot detect the oxygen sensor circuit. The conductor may be damaged or disconnected.

P0135 Code P0135 indicates a malfunction in the electrical circuit of the oxygen sensor heater

P0138 The appearance of combinations P0138 and 0138 is associated with an increased voltage in the oxygen sensor circuit

P0141 Code P0 141 (0141) appears as a result of damage to the electrical circuit of the first oxygen controller

P0181 Elevated signal coming from the fuel temperature controller A

P0183 For cars of 2001 and other years of release, the code indicates an increased signal in the electrical circuit of the fuel temperature controller A

P0221 Error 0221 results from a malfunction in the throttle position controller

P0223 Overvoltage in the electrical circuit of the throttle sensor

P0235 Code P0235 indicates a malfunction or damage to the electrical circuit of the turbocharger gain sensor

P0237 Code 0237 reports a reduced signal level in the electrical circuit of the turbocharger controller A

P0320 On the Nissan Sunny 20D and other models, code 0320 indicates a malfunction of the input engine speed circuit. It is necessary to check the idle speed sensors and tachometer.

P0325 Code 0325 appears as a result of damage or malfunction of the electrical circuit of the first knock sensor. On Nissan Skyline HV, Liberty SR20 and other models, after the diagnostic procedure, the error may be displayed in English - “Knock Sencor”.

When this problem occurs, the following symptoms are possible:

- difficulties in starting the power unit;

- engine tripping, in particular when driving at low idle or uphill;

- motor stop;

- power reduction.

P0335 Code P0 335 (0335) reports damage to the power line supplying the crankshaft sensor. It requires checking the contacts on the device connection connector, as well as wiring integrity diagnostics. If the sensor is in poor contact with the network, problems with starting the engine are possible.

P0340 On Nissan, error P0340 is literally interpreted as "a malfunction of the camshaft position sensor circuit". If this error appears, then to eliminate it on the car, you need to check the integrity of the line supplying the controller. The code P0 340 (0340) can be associated with the oxidation of contacts on the device itself or a broken wire that feeds it. With a multimeter, you need to ring the line and clean the sensor pads. If these steps do not resolve the problem, the regulator is replaced.

P0381 Fault P0381 indicates a damaged or shorted glow plug indicator circuit. This refers to a bulb mounted on the dashboard.

P0409 Code 0409 Failure or incorrect operation of the exhaust gas recirculation system controller

P0444 Damage to the purge emission control valve circuit. With error 0444, wiring diagnostics are performed.

P0546 Combination 0546 indicates damage to the wiring of the oxygen sensor circuit

P0507 The combination P0507 appears as a result of failure or incorrect operation of the idle speed sensor. The problem must be sought in the device itself, since it is rarely associated with wiring.

P0544 Code 0544 appears as a result of a malfunction in the electrical circuit of the first exhaust gas temperature controller

P0550 The literal translation of code 0550 is “steering pressure sensor circuit malfunction”. It is possible to disconnect the contact from the controller. The regulator itself is located on the steering shaft, it will need to be checked.

P0581 Literally, the error stands for increased voltage in the electrical circuit of the cruise control system switch. The cause of the malfunction may be damage to the electrical circuits or contact elements on the steering wheel. Perhaps the problem is with the control module or buttons to control the system.

P0603 Error in the internal memory KAM. Fault P0603 should be sought in the operation of the engine control unit.

P0605 Code 0605 is the result of a failure of the internal memory module ROM. The cause of the problem may be a software malfunction of the microprocessor device. For diagnostics, it is recommended to contact a service center, because for verification you will need special equipment and software.

P0641 Incorrect voltage in the electrical circuit of the voltage reference controller "A".

Possible causes of the malfunction:

- failure of the control unit (requires diagnostics of the pads and cables connected to the device);

- breakdown or incorrect operation of the gas pedal sensor;

- malfunction of the air conditioning refrigerant pressure controller;

- failure of the throttle position sensor;

- failure of the exhaust gas recirculation valve;

- malfunction of the turbocharger blade position controller;

- failure of the sensor mounted on the clutch pedal;

- incorrect operation or breakdown of the pressure controller in the particulate filter;

- malfunction of sensors of automatic transmission.

P0600 The literal translation of the error is “communication link failure”. Most likely, the problem is poor contact at the control unit connector. A detailed diagnosis of each wire on the loop is required.

P0703 Error 0703 indicates a malfunction of the brake switch B circuit or torque converter

P0705 Error 0705 appears as a result of a malfunction of the transmission range controller circuit

P0706 Slow gear range controller performance

P0707 An incorrect signal is received from the sensor of the transmission unit to the control unit. With error 0707, the pulse is outside the performance range.

P0710 Damage to the wiring supplying the gearbox oil temperature sensor

P0715 Malfunction of a circuit or speed controller on a turbine

P0720 Code P0720 (0720) is the result of damage to the output signal sensor circuit

P0744 Code P0744 indicates a malfunction of the clutch circuit. The problem may be related to one of the elements of the system. In practice, the appearance of combination 0744 is often associated with a malfunction in the automatic transmission torque converter (automatic transmission). First of all, it is necessary to check the functioning of this node.

P1065 Code P1065 - Incorrect voltage supply to the transmission control unit. If the control module itself is operational, then the problem may be with the generator or the battery.

P1111 Intermittent voltage from intake air temperature sensor. The malfunction can be connected both with the controller itself and with its contact. If the voltage is intermittent, then the P1111 or 1111 code may indicate a short in the wiring or damage to the cable. Diagnostics is performed using a multimeter. If the insulation has worn on the wire, then it should be replaced, and then additionally wrap the electrical circuit with electrical tape.

P1121 Code 1121 reports an increased voltage in the electrical circuit of the throttle position sensor. If the problem is not in the wiring and not in the controller, the cause should be sought in the control unit.

P1124 The combination of P1124 indicates the absence of a signal from the throttle position sensor

P1122 Code P1122 indicates a reduced signal from the throttle position sensor.

Possible causes of the malfunction:

- defective electrical circuit of the controller;

- “Sticking” of the shutter in the open or closed position (to eliminate this, lubricate or replace the mechanism);

- poor contact of the device with the network;

- moisture on the connector.

P1126 Code 1126 reports a malfunction in the electrical circuit of the position controller throttle

P1130 The control unit can not detect the presence of the oxygen controller switch

P1136 Code P1136 indicates damage to the fan control circuit. If the wiring is faulty, the device will not work, which can lead to overheating of the power unit. In practice, the cause of the problem usually consists in clogging the contacts on the block.

P1147 Codes P1147 and 1147 indicate an increased voltage in the power supply circuit of the oxygen controller

P1197 Low voltage in the circuit of the oxygen controller installed after the catalyst

P1211 Pressure controller reading above or below normalized parameters

P1217 Code 1217 reports an intermittent signal from the pedal position sensor. It is necessary to check the integrity of the devices and their contact, as well as wiring.

P1216 Overvoltage in the electric circuit of the pedal position controller C

P1229 Code P1229 indicates errors in the intercooler pump driver. Perhaps the reason is the pumping device itself. Diagnostics of the node is required, which you need to start with checking the quality of contacts.

P1232 Code 1232 reports a malfunction in the primary circuit of the fuel pump. If the device is malfunctioning, engine starting will not be possible. A possible cause of the problem may be the failure of the fuse responsible for the operation of the pump.

P1240 Malfunction in the sensor power supply. Either problems with the control unit or the battery. In rare cases, the reason is the wiring or the controller itself. The manufacturer does not indicate which sensor in question, therefore, all devices must be checked.

P1241 Code P 1241 for Nissan Almera H indicates a reduced signal in the sensor power circuit. The problem could be with any controller.

P1251 The combination P1251 appears as a result of a malfunction of the solenoid circuit that is responsible for controlling the volume of the air-fuel mixture

P1283 IRR circuit failure

P1286 Invalid signal received from the fuel sensor

P1340 1340 indicates a malfunction of the electrical circuit of the camshaft controller B

P1345 Combination 1345 is associated with a malfunction of the crankshaft position controller circuit Possible wear of teeth on the pulley.

P1400 Decreased DPFE Output

P1551 The literal translation of the error is "low signal from the battery current controller." A battery icon may appear on the dashboard, as well as power surges in the machine.

P1610 If these codes appeared when reading OBD2 codes for Nissan 2002, 2003, 2004 or other years of manufacture, this indicates problems in the immobilizer operation. The system can go into the power unit lockout mode, due to which the engine will not be possible to start. To eliminate the cause of P1610 or 1610, the immobilizer should be tested, the problem may be its poor contact with the system or damage to the antenna.

If on the Nissan car 2005, 2006, 2007 or other years of release, the “Lock Mode” mode was activated, then on some models you can get out of it like this:

- The car turns off the ignition.

- The registered key is taken, inserted into the lock and scrolled to the "ACC" position.

- The user waits five seconds.

- The ignition is off.

Paragraphs 2–4 are repeated two times (a total of three times).

The engine is starting up. If the problem persists, check the immobilizer and control unit.

P1611 Code P1611 or 1611 indicates a malfunction in the immobilizer

P1612 Combination 1612 appears as a result of incorrect operation of the immobilizer. The device could be blocked due to a software malfunction or damage to the wiring, as well as the antenna module.

P1614 The combination P1614 (1614) can be literally decrypted as “SBDS interactive code”. The cause of the problem, most likely, is the immobilizer. It is necessary to check the operation of the device, make sure that it is in good contact with the wiring and that there is no oxidation on the connector. A possible cause may be the engine blocker antenna.

P1615 Code 1615 appears as a result of incorrect operation of the immobilizer

P1622 Code P1622 Error in the authorization of the immobilizer ID. The control unit may not have detected the label installed in the key. Sometimes the cause of the problem lies not in the immobilizer, but in the anti-theft system installed on the car.

P1701 The combination of P1701 or 1701 indicates a power failure of the TCM module, referring to the gearbox control unit. The appearance of this code is usually due to the disconnection of the battery or the failure of the module itself. In the latter case, a thorough diagnosis of the device and its replacement if necessary.

P1704 Code 1704 or 704 indicates incorrect readings of the revolutions of the secondary shaft (digital CAN interface). The malfunction usually manifests itself under reduced voltage if the car battery starts to discharge. It is also recommended to diagnose all the connectors connected to the engine and transmission control unit.

P1706 Code P1706 or 1706 on the Nissan X-Trail and other Nissan models indicates a malfunction of the start enable switch sensor circuit. It is necessary to check the operation of the wiring.

P1759 Nissan Presage YD25 code 1759 indicates a malfunction in the gearbox ECU Diagnostics of the automatic transmission control module is required.

P1777 Code 1777 indicates an open circuit in one of the windings of an automatic transmission motor

P1800 Code P1800 or 1800 is literally translated as “transmission clutch lock switch circuit failure”. Check the integrity of the device wiring. A possible cause may also be the transmission control unit, its software malfunction.

P1805 Code 1805 is the result of a malfunction of the sensor mounted on the gas pedal

P1807 Code P1807 indicates a short circuit in one of the electrical circuits of the transmission unit. It is recommended to check all wires coming from the gearbox.

P1808 Code P1808 indicates a short circuit in the transmission indicator circuit

P1814 Short circuit in one of the electrical circuits of the gearbox

P1817 Opening the electrical circuit of the neutral protective switch of the transmission unit

P1818 Short circuit in the circuit of the transmission switch fuse

P1819 Code P1819 appears as a result of a short circuit in the safety switch of the transmission

P1827 Short circuit in the circuit of the relay low clutch drive to ground

P1828 Failure or damage to the electrical circuit of the coil of the gearshift relay

P1829 The combination P1829 literally stands for “open circuit gearshift coil with feedback”. Need to test the transmission.

P1830 The combination of P1830 is a consequence of the opening of the electrical circuit of the gearbox

P1831 Short circuit in the electrical circuit of the coil of the relay for switching the transmission to ground

P1832 Code P1832 stands for Transmission Solenoid Valve Transmission Failure

P2122 Auto Transmission Sensor Malfunction

P2859 Malfunction of the clutch controller

P2478 Code P2478 literally translates as “the readings of the first exhaust gas temperature controller are outside the operating range.”

P062F Decryption of code 062F - error in the internal memory of the microprocessor module. Sometimes a malfunction appears after installing new injectors, when the control unit could not register data on the devices.

P181B Short circuit detection in the electrical system 4 WD

P2AA0 Malfunction of the circuit of the O2 sensor sensor installed in the first bank. To remove the "Check", you must check the operation of the device. In different Nissan models, the first engine bank can be located on the left or on the right, this point needs to be clarified in the service documentation.

B1035 On Nissan Ixtrail and other models, this code indicates the absence of a signal from the front impact controller. It is necessary to check the wiring of the sensor.

B1037 Combination 1037 indicates an open circuit or a malfunction of the frontal collision sensor

B1040 Failure or malfunction of the frontal collision sensor. Possible damage to the wire or clogging of the contacts on the connector.

B1042 General malfunction of the control module

B1052 Short circuit in the airbag module driver side

B1057 Short circuit in the electrical circuit of the airbag control module driver

B1065, B1068 Code 1065 results from damage to the ignition circuit for the front passenger airbag. It is necessary to test the integrity of the wiring and replace the damaged cable.

B1073 Short circuit in the front passenger airbag connecting line

B1086 Malfunction of the electrical circuit supplying the front passenger side airbag

B1129 An error reports that the passenger side of the Airbag airbag side module has broken in the circuit. The fault should be sought in the integrity of the wiring and the sensor itself, but the first option is more likely.

B1134 Error B1134 is literally translated as “Ignition circuit of the side airbag front left. Left side module (open). " To fix the problem, disconnect the battery and diagnose the wiring pads under the driver's seat. There is a possibility that the connector was accidentally disconnected while washing the passenger compartment.

B1136 Code 1136 indicates a malfunction of the fan control circuit

B1137 Short to ground in the airbag power line

B1145 Open circuit of the airbag module

B1173 Short circuit in the ignition circuit of the side airbag

B1182 Literal translation - “Park Lamp Flash Relay Circuit Malfunction”.

Possible causes of the malfunction:

- breakdown of the relay or fuse responsible for turning on the light when activating reverse speed;

- malfunction of a bulb installed in the headlamp;

- damage or short circuit of the wiring to which the light source is connected;

- reverse gear sensor malfunction (less likely cause).

B1194 Airbag activation circuit malfunction on the right window

B1209 On Nissan AD and other models, this code stands for “short to ground” of the rear inlet valve coil circuit of the anti-lock braking system. ” A cable check is required, damaged wires change. To ensure a longer service life of electrical circuits, it is necessary to wrap new lines with electrical tape.

B1210 Error in the operation of the airbag module. The reason should be sought in the unit or sensors.

B1211 Short circuit in the switch circuit

B1404 Decryption of code B1 404 - the power window drive control circuit is open. Most likely, this means opening contacts. A detailed diagnosis of the wire and its connection to the drive unit is required.

B1406 On Nissan Almera H and other models, this code indicates a short circuit from the power source. It is necessary to check the operation of the battery and generator, as well as ring defective wires.

B1422 Malfunction of an electric chain of a drive or a window motor. Possible wear of structural elements of the engine system.

B1445 Short to ground in the door handle switch to ground

B2099 Ignition relay is not disconnected

B2193 Communication error between ECM and BCM, check wiring

C1046 Error reading data. The problem should be sought in the electronics and wires of the digital bus, as well as the control unit.

C1101 The control unit has detected a signal from the MAF sensor that is outside the operating range. It is necessary to check the controller itself and its wiring, since the problem may be related to deterioration of the insulation on the wire.

C1102 Code C1102 literally translates as “ABS accelerator switching circuit failure”. Diagnostics of all controllers of the anti-lock braking system ABC is required, it is necessary to check their performance, as well as contacts.

C1103 Code C1103 literally stands for “ABS hydraulic brake circuit failure”. The cause of the problem may be both in the ABS sensor and in its wiring.

C1104 The combination C1104 indicates a short circuit to the battery circuit of the light indicator of the traction control system. The cause of the problem may be a damage to the wiring of the bulb mounted on the dashboard, or to wear on the insulation layer.

C1105 Code C 1105 - short circuit in the electrical circuit of the battery indicator light

C1106 Code C1106 appears as a result of a malfunction in the ABS rear left sensor. With a working controller, the circuit and wires are diagnosed.

C1108 An invalid signal is received from the ABS controller mounted on the wheel to the engine control unit. To eliminate the reason C1108, the sensor connector should be cleaned and dirt will stick to it.

C1110 Error 1110 reports damage to the electrical circuit of the ABS power supply coil. To perform the repair, the integrity of the wiring and the sensors of the anti-lock system should be checked.

C1111 The appearance of the code C1111 indicates an open ignition coil, in particular, its electrical circuit is meant. Diagnostics of the contacts connecting the device to the distributor is required.

C1114 Short circuit to "mass" of the output relay of the power circuit

C1115 The cause of the problem is a short circuit to the output signal of the anti-lock braking system power relay. It is necessary to check the operation of the ABS module and all the wires connected to it.

C1116 Code C1116 indicates a failure in the starter motor circuit

C1124 Code 1124 indicates the absence of a speed signal from the input shaft. It is necessary to check the operation of the sensors and the integrity of the wiring.

C1126 Damaged wiring or short circuit throttle position controller

C1130 The combination of C1130 appears with the following problems:

- malfunction of the powertrain control module;

- failure of the anti-lock system drive or its control unit;

- lack of signal transmitted via CAN-bus;

- failure of one of the fuses.

C1131 Malfunction in a throttle control circuit

C1133 Code C1133 indicates a short in the clutch position sensor

C1144 Code C1144 appears in the results of the failure of the wheel rotation sensor

C1145 Code appears as a result of a malfunction of the wheel speed control radio frequency control circuit

C1156 Short circuit in the wheel speed sensor circuit

C1179 Code reports damage to the speed sensor control cable

C1203 Code C1203 reports the opening of the rear circuit of the coil of the exhaust valve of the anti-lock system. Diagnostics of all wires connected to the ABS control unit will be required.

C1204 Short circuit in the rear electrical circuit of the ABS exhaust valve coil. Also, code C1204 may indicate a malfunction of the controller mounted on one of the wheels.

C1205 Fault relay actuator

U0100 Lost Communication With ECM / PCM

U0426 Error U0 426 indicates a malfunction in the engine lock. The immobilizer is subject to diagnostics, starting from the control unit and ending with the antenna.

U1000 Literally, code 1000 stands for "invalid or missing data for the primary identifier." When a combination appears on the dashboard, the “Check Engine” indicator lights up.

Possible causes of malfunctions on Nissan 1995, 1997, 1998 and other years of release:

- damage to the circuit of the digital CAN controller or a short circuit on the line;

- failure of the microprocessor control module of the power unit or its incorrect operation;

- lack of contact or poor connection of the digital CAN bus to ground, that is, ground.

U1001 (D001) Code 1001 indicates a fault on the CAN interface. Detailed tire diagnostics, in particular, its contacts, are required.

U1025 Invalid or missing data for primary identifier

U1122 Code 1122 is invalid data coming from the odometer. It is necessary to check the operation of the sensor mileage control cars.

U1300 Low Speed CAN Fault

P00FF Literally, the code 00FF stands for "check the engine control unit before deleting the error code." Perhaps the repair of the malfunction was not completed to the end.

11 Malfunction in the camshaft position controller. Corrective action is performed similarly to other sensors.

14 Speed controller malfunction. All wires and connectors connected to the device are checked. There may be poor contact between the controller and the gearbox.

18 Error in the operation of the atmospheric pressure sensor

22 Malfunction of one of the oxygen controllers. This error is common, so you need to test every lambda probe.

Other NISSAN fault codes DTC

 

P0000, 55 Codes indicate the absence of malfunctions in the car

P0087 Fuel Rail Low Pressure

P0093 Code 0093 reports that the microprocessor module has detected a serious leak in the fuel system. To eliminate the problem, it is necessary to carry out diagnostics of all highways and pipes, from where fuel can leave. Perhaps the cause is damage to the fuel tank.

P0403 Malfunction in the exhaust gas recirculation loop

P0442 Code 0442 for Nissan Primera Camino and other models indicates a slight leak in the evaporation control system

P0725 Error 0725 often appears on vehicles with CVTs and may indicate a problem with the transmission. Also, the reason sometimes is the crankshaft and camshaft sensors. Detailed gearbox diagnostics required.

P0732 Incorrect gear ratio of the second gear.

Possible causes of the problem:

- damage to wires or deterioration of insulation on conductors;

- clogged connectors or oxidized contacts;

- malfunction of the automatic gearbox selector position controller;

- ailure of the shift control solenoid valve;

mechanical failure of one of the structural components of the transmission.

P0740 Combination 0740 appears when the transmission unit malfunctions. First of all, you need to check the operation of the clutch transmission line of the torque converter.

P0826 Combination 0826 reports manual gearshift errors. It is necessary to diagnose the transmission unit, starting from the control unit and ending with the selector and sensors.

P0951 General error code for the transmission unit

P1140 The control unit detected condensation in the fuel tank or on the filter. It is necessary to clean the filter element. It is recommended to use up all the fuel, and then try to refuel the car at another gas station.

P1143 Code reports a malfunction in the control valve of a pneumatic actuator

P1275 Code 1275 indicates a malfunction in the fuel pump or pump

P1550 Code 1550 indicates a malfunction in the transmission unit. Diagnostics of the gearbox control unit is required, as well as the integrity of all the wires connected to it.

P1564 Malfunction of the cruise control system. When the P1564 or 1564 code appears, sensor diagnostics is required first. You also need to check the steering system, as the reason may be the disconnection of the contact on the switch.

P1641 The appearance of combination 1641 is associated with a malfunction in the primary circuit of the fuel pump.