Any comments would be greatly appreciated. Resistance should increase as temperature decreases. That Nissan Altima is meant to have the right car parts to serve at peak efficiency. The pins in the solenoid itself appear to be fine and the connector appears to be fine. If you feel you are up to the job, you can do it yourself and save some cash.
Rich exhaust does show up as being white, wrong end of the color spectrum there. None of the hoses are damaged. I hate when that happens. The purpose of this is to cool the temperature of the combustion inside the cylinder as the spark plug fires. I would test the bpt valve like it say's to I would say it's the egr valve that's bad because you said the miss goes away when the egr valve is unhooked and come's back when you hook it back up. So if it cannot even fit into power plug then where is the quality control.
It is advised that this valve changed or consult with a mechanic who is knowledgeable about this technology. The knock sensor had higher voltage output than it should have at idle speed and it also had resistance way higher than the 500K to 620K noted in the manual. I really am trying to avoid replacing my engine one piece at a time! The egr valve can open just off of idle as you read what I posted there are different condition's for it to open. Both can be tested for functionality before replacing them both. If voltage is not as specified, repair harness as necessary 2. I was hoping that it would be significantly different from the 34 ohms of the one on my car. This in turn, lowers emissions.
If the solenoid has been there a while, the bolts holding it in place may be rusted over, and the mechanic may need to use penetrating oil to get them undone. Check with your vehicle's repair manual for testing parameters. I see that a long time has elapsed since the last posting on this thread. You will also protect your vehicle against unnecessary wear and tear by getting the problem taken care of sooner rather than later. Does anyone on here have a spare harness or just a connector they wouldn't mind cutting off I'd need about 2 inches of wire protruding from it to ensure I can get the splice job right. This engine uses a timing chain.
Please let me know and tell me with price shipped to 28403. Publication, reproduction or distribution of this film is strictly prohibited. However, I have cleaned out the valve and when I suck on the vacuum tube, the piston moves up and down inside the valve. Good luck with your repair. I feel it is as with engine running if i push up on the diaphragm of egr it tends to die -- if I leave it it runs okay.
But the hard starting and code went away after solenoid valve replacement. Please rate and god bless. Note: This video is being performed by an experienced tech. The solenoid control the opening and closing of the valve. I had to go to a Nissan dealer and measure the resistance of one off the shelf at the counter since I could not find it elsewhere. If fault is still present, repeat step 1. Is that code most certainly going to be that solenoid or could it be triggered by something else? Once the valve is located, the old solenoid will have to be unbolted.
This can be a quick and simple job or a very complicated one, depending on the kind of car you have. I am trying to narrow down what I need fixed, hopefully without needing to pay a diagnostics fee. Hi Thanks for the comments and advice. Problem is, when I connect the two together there is no click of the solenoid. Voltage should be less than 2. If solenoid is not functioning properly, repair or replace solenoid as required.
Throwing P1400 code, I have already cleaned out the smaller pipe on the back of the intake manifold which was plugged solid , but it seems that was not enough. Vaccum hoses all pull vacuum on gauge and 12. If continuity is not as present, repair harness or connectors as necessary. Should you have any concerns about our parts, our customer service people can be reached via e-mail or telephone - just our regular world-class customer service! Always adhere and follow safe practices when working on vehicles. Checked all vacuum hoses and put a meter on the wire side of the solenoid. I will post the findings- Any way to clear the codes without driving all the way to autozone? You should check the solenoid hoses and the connector. This causes the port vacuum to be discharged into the atmosphere.