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#3165353 - 02/15/13 05:42 PM Question for mechanics
wayne
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2003 Nissan Frontier
Service engine soon light came on today so I checked the codes by turning the switch to the "On" position, press the pedle so many times and counted the blinking light.

Can anyone tell me what the code means?
Slow blink=10
Fast blink=3
Fast blink=2
Fast blink=8

Next code:
Slow=10
Fast=3
Fast=10
Fast=6
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#3165365 - 02/15/13 05:51 PM Re: Question for mechanics [Re: wayne]
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PO328 - Knock sensor high input
PO306 - Misfire #6 cylinder

Any symptoms? Google up those 2 codes and see what you find.
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#3165372 - 02/15/13 05:58 PM Re: Question for mechanics [Re: -DRM-]
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Only change I have noticed is that when I first start the engine, it has to turn over alot more than it used to. Started doing that 3-4 weeks ago.
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#3165379 - 02/15/13 06:02 PM Re: Question for mechanics [Re: -DRM-]
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with those two codes,
I have seen it where oil had gotten dirty, caked up on the knock sensor, thus giving the two codes, when sensor is cruded up it thinks there is a missfire,
Change oil,
run a thin grade oil, something cheap,,,,,drive for maybe hour or so, then drain oil, this sometimes will clean the sensor off
otherwise you may also put an cleaner with detergent in it and do the same thing as to running it for hour or so and change oil again
make sure that you reset the code after changing the oil
cant say this will work for sure, but I know it will work, just maybe not for every car
Did this on a Ford
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#3165380 - 02/15/13 06:04 PM Re: Question for mechanics [Re: wayne]
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Could this be a problem with an incorrect spark gap? The #6 cylinder is a pain to get to(against the firewall) and you have to drop the plug down in there and then work it around to get it in the cylinder. Could I have closed the gap too much by dropping it in there?
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#3165381 - 02/15/13 06:04 PM Re: Question for mechanics [Re: brmaster]
wayne
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 Originally Posted By: brmaster
with those two codes,
I have seen it where oil had gotten dirty, caked up on the knock sensor, thus giving the two codes, when sensor is cruded up it thinks there is a missfire,
Change oil,
run a thin grade oil, something cheap,,,,,drive for maybe hour or so, then drain oil, this sometimes will clean the sensor off
otherwise you may also put an cleaner with detergent in it and do the same thing as to running it for hour or so and change oil again
make sure that you reset the code after changing the oil
cant say this will work for sure, but I know it will work, just maybe not for every car
Did this on a Ford


Changed oil this past weekend


Edited by wayne (02/15/13 06:21 PM)
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#3165403 - 02/15/13 06:21 PM Re: Question for mechanics [Re: wayne]
wayne
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I have also noticed that there is an exhaust leak in the exhaust. Just figured it was getting time for a new muffler. Could the codes have anything to do with the catalytic converter?
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#3165438 - 02/15/13 06:56 PM Re: Question for mechanics [Re: wayne]
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is the leak before or after the cat convertor.
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