Correct, only the power is on, not the engine.soonertitan said:Just to get this straight, when you are supposed to fully depress the gas pedal, you truck isn't actaully running right? I think I caught on to that but just to make sure and stuff...
First, welcome to TT!!TitanToy said:Just put on a Magnaflow catback, single in dual out. Should I do a ECU reset or does it matter? Have not got to run it yet to see how it performs on the highway..
buildthis said:Is this ECU resetting process on a 2006 CC LE? I have tried repetedly to reset the ecu w/ no luck.
Any tips please?
According to the Nissan Service Manual, the RAM for the ECU will be cleared, if the battery is disconnected for up to 24 hours. This is Just FYI.RockyMtnTitan said:It's just a faster, for sure method of resetting the ecu. There has been much discussion about how long it takes to clear the ram with the battery disconnected....2 hrs, 12, 24....there's no way to know for sure with that method. This way takes away the guess work.
Give it a try, if the SES light blinks it worked, if not it will not hurt anything.anmut said:Does anyone know if these directions work on the 08 models?
It will turn off the light but if the problem is still there the light will come back on.mpchrist1 said:I just purchased a used 2004 Titan and the SES light keeps coming on and I keep going back to the dealer to get it turned off. They claim nothing wrong with the truck and I must have loose gas cap. I have checked this and made sure it was tight the last time I filled it up but the light still comes on after a couple of days. Will this method work for getting the light to go out and will it alter anything else on the performance of the vehicle? I have not made any changes to the vehicle so add ons are not an issue. Will this hurt the truck in anyway? Doesn't pressing and releasing the gas pedal automatically flood the engine?
Thanks in advance for your help