I took it out for a test drive and it seemed to run ok for a few miles, but then it starts to bog out and eventually stall. I would pull over on the shoulder and cut off the car about 1-2 minutes and restart it. There was a recall on them years ago. So, I'm thinking maybe it the fuel injectors. Also when I fill up I put gas treatment in the fuel take along with V-Power gas. Jun 30, 2017 Write the codes down.
Material may not be copied or reprinted without written permission. Hello, I own a 2004 Spec V with 175,000 on the Odometer. Ever since I started doing this the car never cut off. What are the other codes that you had? The currently selected is for the Nissan makes. This code can be stored for up to 40 warm up cycles before clearing itself, so unless it is currently active, there may not be any need to worry about it. At the time the vehicle would not start when it was hot but it never stalled when driving. The code that came up on the tester at Autozone was P1065.
I am not a professional Mechanic, but I am someone who likes to learn and try to figure out things for myself. If the U codes come back, these have to be addressed before anything else. One day two years ago it just started to run extremely poorly and bogging out. . This codes mean a lack of connumication. Number 34 near the battery.
If you have any doubt as to repairs on your vehicle, please contact your technician. I'm wondering if I do this is there risk that something more might happen such as the catalytic converter. So I move it to the right slot. Shortly before that I had replaced the Camshaft position sensor. When they cool off after sitting for a few minutes, they'll start working again. One of those sensors will have a white paint dot on it, identifying it as the crank positions sensor, which, otherwise, are pretty much identical.
But still the G doesn't fire up right away and check engine light comes on. These codes have to addressed first. The car engine would still run while this occurs. The problem would occur about 3 times per day. P1122 will set when the voltage signal from the throttle position sensor drops below 0. I assumed the engine was damaged due to the pre-cat failure that I had heard about. My question is the following: One option is to not even bother fixing it.
The last resort will be to bring to my local dealership. If there is no spark, I would suspect one of those sensors. I also replace the Valve cover because the I had oil in the spark plug wells. I should count myself as being lucky to have driven my Spec V for over 10 years and pretty much only added fuel and changed the oil. Here's a link to the code. I had a garage replace the Crank Position sensor about 2,500 miles ago.
Sure enough when I check fuse 34 and matched it to the fuse diagram that the mechanic was nice enough to give me, it was in the wrong slot. According to the mechanic he only knows so many codes and the dealership keeps some secret. Normally, the sensor should measure between 1 volt at idle and 4 volts at full throttle. When I was originally checking the fuses I thought maybe I didn't put one or more back in the right slot. The list of automotive Makes at the right edge of the screen. So my story started when one evening my interior lights wouldn't come on when I opened the door nor did my vanity mirrors illuminate.
Please vote if you find this helpful. I would inspect the wiring and connectors leading to the throttle position sensor. Enter the 5 character trouble codes in the search box and submit the search. I would check for lack of spark to the plugs when it stalls out. If your are for a different car, select that vehicle series before searching for the diagnostic codes because not all used by one manufacture are used by the other makes.
It only goes to P1105. Before do any repairs with the U1000 and U1001 codes, the factory recommend repairing any other problems in the car. So if it sputters or doesn't start up one time it will continue to do that until you re-teach or re-adjust it. No luck, car still doesn't fire up on the first try, check engine soon comes on. You can component test them using an ohmmeter, but you may have to heat them up with a heat gun while testing to see if the heat makes them range out of spec.
The information contained on this site is presented for informational purposes only. When it stalls It won't restart until it sits for about 15 minutes. Give that a try and let us know how things go. With P1629, the engine computer should refuse to deliver fuel to the engine. One code left on over time can cause other codes.