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Thanks for the quick respose. I'm gonna take a picture of where I'll try to connect my guage. It looks like the typical plastic press-on fitting below the intake tube That feeds the fuel rail. I don't want to cut anything, and believe with the correct kit it will work out good.
It may not be today but i'll try to show how i do it.
Your Nissan Murano engine control system detects a problem, the computer stores the diagnostic trouble code P1284 in its memory. To figure out what is wrong with your vehicle you must first extract the P1284 DTC For Nissan Murano.
A good ground connection is also extremely important. P1284 Nissan Murano engine problem because the presence of voltage at the panel harness won't make the panel work if there is a bad ground connection. Since the instrument cluster is mounted in a plastic dash, a separate ground wire or ground circuit through the wiring harness is usually needed to complete the power circuit. Refer again to the wiring diagram to find the ground path, and then check it with your ohmmeter. Do not use a self-powered test light because it cannot measure resistance (any resistance will lower circuit voltage).
P1284 Nissan Murano DTC Meaning
P Powertrain Code - Problem is related engine, transmission and emissions systems. 1 MFG - Manufacturer Specific 2 Computer And Auxiliary Outputs 8 Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit Performance 4 Cruise Vehicle Speed/Set Speed Difference Too High
This seemed to break down what each number stood for.
It has a jerk when they come on all at once. If not for the jerk, I'd leave it alone.
I'm going to clear the learned fuel trims using the -disconnect maf sensor, start engine, let idle for 5 seconds, turn engine off, reconnect maf, clear code (p0102 should be set) crank engine, let idle and relearn trims.
If not for the jerk I promise I'd quit.
Yes. and Yes. I basically have no cats on this vehicle. Put anti-foulers on the two o2 sensors after each cat. Did this some years ago and the murano ran fine for quite some time.
I recently traded one of my lower maintenance cars to my daughter for the MO. I drove it home using two batteries and hoping the cv shaft didn't fly out from under the car. I've replaced the cv axles and alternator, but am having trouble with it momentarily giving you a jerk, and can't seem to figure out what is causing it. It doesnt happen often, but every other time I take it out for a drive it does it. It doesnt always set a code. It's not a jerk that seems hard enough to damage anything, but I really need to figure it out.
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