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Old 07-22-2013, 04:19 AM   #21  
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Im currently running 245/35 r19 in front n 245/50 r17 at rear (stock wheels)
i dont think it should be because of tires now as the difference in diameter isn't much now..secondly the lights come on as soon as the car starts moving not before that
And i tried resetting ECU by disconnecting battery wires around 10 times
3 yrs but no one caught the Front 19s and rear 17s.....?
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break fluid was the fix to mine
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So I found a fix for this problem for my car so I though that I would post something in order to aid others. I was reading through the forums, saw people posting about it maybe being changes to suspension, low brakes, tire sizes, low brake fluid. I have BC coilovers on my car and they have been on for well over a year. The only thing I did was increase the stiffness of the damping and I switched my front tires with each other. No more lights! Hopefully this helps someone!
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Old 11-08-2016, 01:37 PM   #24  
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You can try checking the vdc fuse under the hood. If that's not blown then you can try removing it. Not a fix for your lights but it will disable the tcs, abs, and slip.
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You can try checking the vdc fuse under the hood. If that's not blown then you can try removing it. Not a fix for your lights but it will disable the tcs, abs, and slip.
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Old 11-10-2016, 03:45 PM   #26  
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just check if the white box behind the dash with the ribbon cable is connected properly and any of the cables are not damaged.. this is almost exactly what happened to me when i installed my double din radio .. i forget one of the connections to the white box....i hope that fixes your problem
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I haven't read all the replies but wanted to chime in because these damn lights come on for anything it seems. I had the same issue I was tracking down for almost a month. Turned out it was the throttle body. Because these lights came on at a certain time doesn't 100% mean it was related to what you were doing. You didn't say if there were any codes being thrown. I reset my ECU after a grounding kit and all my lights came on. So these cars can do it for anything. 2nd check brake fluid level and sensor. This can cause the same issue. 3rd Check and clean speed sensors. Always do the cheap/free/easy stuff first. It only helps down the road, may fix the problem but its preventative maintenance. Make sure your scan tool can check pending codes along with actual codes. 2 different things but I imagine some cheap ones might not be the best on running codes. My issue the codes would throw only after turning the ignition off. If I cleared the code and started the car right back up after I cut it off all lights will stay off until I turned the car back on. Whats weird is the Throttle Body performed 100% is just kept throwing the car in fail safe mode. Hope some of this helps. Basically off the top of my head I can think up 10 different ways our cars will throw these lights. Make sure all tires are aired up appropriately also. Deflated or inflated to much front ot rear or side to side is like running mismatched tire sizes, the ECU doesn't know any better

Saw the OP was 3 years ago with replies recently so I'll keep my reply here
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Old 08-13-2017, 07:03 AM   #29  
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These lights are all on my dash and it causes my traction control not to function. I pulled the code c1104 for the front right abs wheel speed sensor. I've replaced the sensor twice with no luck. I then replaced the wheel bearing hoping that would work but still nothing... Does anyone have an idea?
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Bite the bullet and take it to Nissan for proper diagnosis
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BUMP Anyone?
My mechanic Put two of them in and still did not fix the problem. He told me to take it to the dealership.
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I had my abs control module replaced and the guy at action gator tire said he could not figure out why these lights are still on.
Any other tips?
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