I was told that all you have to do is replace the alternator is anybody know if this is true?
Many things can cause the limp mode, It depends on what the underlying issue is....do you have a code from a scanner? or any other symptoms or issues the car may be exhibiting to speak of ?I was told that all you have to do is replace the alternator is anybody know if this is true?
Presently it just expenses under £20 to have your own OBD2 motor indicative scanner for perusing and resetting motor blunder codes, similar to when you get a 'check motor' light on the scramble. Utilizing an ELM327 plug in dongle and a touch of programming on your telephone here we test and fix a sensor shortcoming.Have it scanned for OBD2 error codes, then post them here. Most auto part stores will do it for free.
Another option is the Android app CVTz50. It can scan for both engine and CVT error codes. Most scanners, including the auto part stores, cannot read Nissan CVT error codes, whereas CVTz50 can.