Дата публикации: 2017-10-23 07:15
The Nissan range of cars unlike most vehicles made in North America do not have an inbuilt relearn mode to enable the vehicles to relearn the TPMS IDs when a TPMS repair tool is used to activate the sensor. It is important therefore to have access to a Bartec Wheelrite TECH955 tool which is able to diagnose Nissan TPMS issues and also has an extra interface to the vehicle OBDII/CANbus to communicate with the vehicle Engine Control Unit (ECU) and download the TPMS data. The Wheelrite TECH955 has this feature.
A recall is basically a free repair for a widespread safety defect or an issue that doesn’t meet federal safety standards in a specific set of vehicles. The recall can be initiated by the manufacturer directly, or in some cases – and sometimes forcibly – by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
he answer, like many things in life – it depends. The process isn’t always simple and often requires a good paper trail on your end. That’s why it’s important to save or scan all documents related to car repairs.
All Nissan paint color codes are three digits long and may contain letters and numbers. Occasionally you may see the paint code followed by a small space and a fourth digit which you may omit. Please take a look at our full list of touch up paint colors for your Nissan here: Nissan Touch Up Paint. If your label was removed or you can't find the color code for your Nissan, the phone number to N. A. Nissan Corporation is 6-855-697-7766. They may need your VIN and should be able to tell you the color code over the phone.
The TPMS tool should be able to decode the transmission from the sensor and display the data. This will enable the technician to establish if the sensor has failed or is not fitted, whether the pressure port on the sensor is blocked, where the part is running at too high a temperature and other diagnostic information which might be included in the specific sensor (. if there is a low battery condition on the TPMS). The direct TPMS will be attached to the back of the tire valve.
Make sure the temperature is over 55 degrees F, then wash the damaged paint on your Nissan with soap and water. Use a wax and grease remover on the area. Placing masking tape around your scratched Nissan paint will help protect the surrounding auto paint.
Make sure the Nissan touch up paint you applied earlier is dry. Apply several thin coats of clearcoat over the touched up Nissan paint, drying for ten to twenty minutes between each coat. Let the clearcoat dry overnight, or longer if temperatures are less than 75 degrees F.
Bartec has a distributer in every state allowing for complete coverage of all Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems across all makes & models including US & Japanese.
Problem data is taken from & is based solely on reports received from vehicle owners. Recall, investigation and TSB data is from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It's always best to seek help from a qualified professional mechanic.