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Just to be safe, do your own diagnostics and read the code(s) out yourself to confirm what the dealer finds. The procedure is simple, and explained step by step in the on board diagnostic (OBD) system section of the service manual.mgeuss said:It sounds like there are a few people out there with the same problem as I'm having. I have a 05 Murano SE AWD. At 22,000 miles my service engine soon light came on just after a fill up. I took it to the dealer and they said that it was a bad
Throttle Body Actuator. It was replaced under warranty and I thought I was done with that problem. Just last week, the EXACT same thing happened. I filled up my gas tank, then drove the car home and parked it. 2 days later I drove it again and go the service engine soon light. Its at the dealer now and I'm wondering if its the Throttle Body Actuator again. Its a little frustrating because the car only has 30,000 miles on it now.
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