Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Can you let me have the registration number please so that I may retrieve the details.
Thank you for that, please give me a short moment to retrieve the details.
Thank you I now have the details of your Nissan Juke diesel, can I ask do you know what codes have been retrieved from the vehicles computer, and also did the problem start with both lights coming up at once (the traction and the engine management)
Thank you for that, and I am presuming that the codes retrieved by the garage were pertaining to the pressure sensor and the accelerator pedal, as these were replaced.
Sorry to keep asking questions but I am trying to get a idea of the problem, after the work by either of the garages, did the lights go off for a while, also do you know it the garages used Nissan software to diagnose the problem.
Thank you for that, please give me a moment to write out the possible problems and solutions that that may be at the root of the problem.
Thank you for your patience in waiting.
There is a fault which has been associated with the Juke which gives the very symptoms you have. When an engine fault such as the throttle pedal or the exhaust pressure sensor fail, these will normally only activate the engine management light, the traction light is normally activated by a problem in the ABS or traction control. This will then cause the engine management light to illuminate as the engine performance will be limited to prevent any problems occurring from a failed traction control system.
There is a bulletin that the software on the module may need updating, and this should be checked out at the dealers.
Another common failure which can cause this issue is a leak of air between the intercooler and throttle body, a modified pipe was produced to cover this as the two parts replaced would have been pertinent to the same codes, this should be checked the modified pipe for is part number 14460 1FE0C and is under £60
Finally a problem I have come across on the juke which gives the same faults is a mis alignment of the steering position sensor, this needs to be set up using diagnostic equipment, and should take less than 1/2 hour for a qualified mechanic.
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