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Old 26-07-2007, 09:15 PM
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G'Day All, Recently my 95 Ti LWB Patrol has been going into limp mode somewhat randomly! But now I find once it goes to limp mode and I stop the car and re-start it the 'Power' light on my Electronic Auto switch (which has Power Auto and Hold function) will flash 16 times. Now I knwo this is something to do with the fault codes but does anybody roughly know what this means? Im planning on booking it into a nissan dealer but Id like a fair idea before I get slugged mega coin for something so minor.

Any help would be great

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Its not quite that simple (as if it would ever be)...I just looked through the 78 pages of the manual dedicated to auto transmission diagnosis......I could not find a simple "16 flashes means the wheels will fall off" type diagnosis.

But is does mention up to 10 flashes (not 16) and the length of each signifies a unique problem...10 short flashes indicates all is OK but 10 longer flashes means the battery power is low.

I suggest you get a CD manual ($5 through Ebay plus postage)....well worth it. These auto trans are the most complicated things I have seen..
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HOPE THIS HELPS YOU TRY THIS BEFORE YOU TAKE IT TO NISSAN

Fault Code Extraction
Fault Code Extraction can be carried out with a compatible scan tool or manually.
Manual Extraction:
1. Access the Diagnostic Connector.
2. Switch ignition ON.
3. Confirm that the Malfunction Indicator Lamp illuminates.
(The system will be in "Diagnostic Test Mode I")
4. Bridge together Diagnostic Connector terminals 6 and 7.
(The Malfunction Indicator Lamp should extinguish)
5. Wait at least two seconds.
6. Disconnect and re-connect the Diagnostic Connector bridge connection.
(This action will place the system into "Diagnostic Test Mode II")
7. Read Fault Codes as flashes of the Malfunction Indicator Lamp or ECM LED.
Don't turn ignition OFF during this procedure, or the system returns to "Diagnostic Test Mode I."
Fault Code Table
Code # Circuit and Status
11 Crankshaft Position Sensor Signal
1 or 120 signal not received during cranking or running.
Circuit malfunction.

12 Mass Air Flow Sensor
Circuit malfunction.
Abnormally high or low voltage is measured.

13 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
Circuit malfunction.
Abnormally high or low voltage is measured.

21 Ignition Signal Circuit
Ignition primary circuit signal is not measured during engine cranking or running.
Circuit malfunction.

43 Throttle Position Sensor
Open or Short Circuit, other Circuit malfunction.

55 No Fault Codes Stored in Memory
No Faults in monitored circuits detected.
Fault Codes
The 2 digit Fault Codes are displayed as flashes of the Malfunction Indicator Lamp.
(Also displayed on the single LED on the side of the ECM)
The tens are displayed as 0.6 second flashes.
The units are displayed as 0.3 second flashes.
There is a 0.9 second pause between tens and units.
There is a 2.1 second pause between codes.
Multiple codes will flash in order of numerical value, from lowest to highest.
Fault Code Erasure
Fault Code Erasure can be carried out with a compatible scan tool or manually.
Manual Erasure:
1. Carry Out Fault Code Extraction.
2. While the Fault Codes are being displayed;
Disconnect and re-connect the Diagnostic Connector bridge wire.
3. Wait at least two seconds.
4. Disconnect the Diagnostic Connector bridge wire.
(This will erase the Fault Codes from ECM memory)
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hi, were is the Diagnostic Connector located??

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Hi MATLOCK, i think you will find that procedure is for engine related codes, not for the auto transmission electrics.
Cheers,
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Jarryd, have you installed a manual lock up switch for the torque convertor? I had one installed on my 92 Ti efi auto and when it is engaged and then switch the engine off, on the next engine restart mine flashes 16 times as well.
I have no problem with it going into limp home mode though.
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Nah Mate i dont have a manual lock up switch, im sick and tired of it so Im going to take it to nissan tomorrow and get it sorted finally, Im sick of dicking round with it. Thanks for the help guys.

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