The wiring harness can be removed by pressing in on the locking clip. Rattling sound in the engine when rev between 1. . As to the random and multiple misfiring, get the spark plugs, ignition coil and fuel injectors checked. Jessica Hello everyone, After reading through and analyzing, I realized my 2004 Pathfinder has the same problem.
One other owner had the problem occur after removing the air piping for spark plug replacement like I did. The swirl control valve uses a step motor which has four winding phases. Poor, loose, corroded or damaged terminal connections. I'd expect a solenoid to have a return spring, but it may rely on vacuum, airflow, or something else for this. I would consider getting an Ultra Guage. You may need to do Intake Air Volume Learning procedures. I will try and change the fuel regulator and fuel dampener this weekend.
The symptoms are that it runs erratic at idle, dropping to 500 rpm and almost dying at idle. I just solved the problem for my 2004 nissan skyline 250gt. Does any body know what this code means and how I could fix it or should i take it back to my mechanic- who said it will cost a lot of money to fix. P0442: Have you inspected the lines, charcoal cannister etc? The check engine light was on, so I ran the code and got P1130. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. None of our parts are used or an aftermarket substitute. There is an overflow hose that is also clipped to the fan housing unlcip the hose and move it out of the way.
The harness seems to go to the back of the Engine into never never land. Thanks, Barn Sun Sep 30, 2018 2:40 pm Thank you all for posting this, I was able to follow your directions and fix my 2004 Pathfinder that had code P1131, that my mechanic didn't want to be bothered with. And did you take care of your Lean condition, either you have 0131 front O2 sensor B1 or 0171 fuel injection B1. I thought that was very unlikely but free so I pulled the first one off and tried to blow through it with my mouth and was greatly surprised. In this condition, this system tends to increase power by improving intake efficiency via reduction of intake flow resistance by increasing intake flow. Dec 01, 2009 I have been working on a 96 nissan truck for three years for an evap code and swirl control , I finally just made sure the swirl control solenoid operated properly then disconnected the vacuum hose from the swirl control actuator and plugged it. I had tried blowing out the hoses and resetting the code, but it just kept coming back.
Just to be sure, I uplugged and got a P0115 Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Code. I took it offroad a little bit then checked it at higher revs on the highway and no light came back. I used the part number you listed and all my codes are now cleared and I can get my inspection tomorrow. Make sure the fuel cap is tight. I was told I have a bad swirl vavle.
I am also trying to see if I can get an appointment at the Nissan dealer to get the diagnostics done before I go any further. I took the air intake back off and double checked for hoses off and air leaks. I didn't bother clearing the code yet, that shouldn't matter right? The swirl control valve control solenoid valve responds to signals from the. I am not getting any voltage reading by connecting it such a away. I applied direct power to the solenoid itself and the actuator does shut from the open position but what is it that makes it open? Do you think, I should just give in to the dealer????? I can not seem to figure this out and I really could use some help on where to go next with this besides the dealership. To reinstall -- do everything in reverse.
I reset the code but it came back in about 150 miles later. I got my reader back and it was P1130, Swirl Control Valve. The other possibility is that someone up above just plain had pitty on me and my mechanical ability. I am at my wits end here. Maybe I should go do that first. Ok, I got the new parts and installed the swirl control solenoid valve and check switch, replaced the vacuum lines with new ones and ran the vehicle for a while. Hi I too have that code.
In this condition, this system tends to increase power by improving intake efficiency via reduction of intake flow resistance, intake flow. I even cut off some ends re-connected where there was cracking. Smooth easy purchase at a good price. Also check circuits and wires to be sure they are ok. I really can't confirm what the problem was but I will share my experience and info might be helpful to anyone else. Defective vacuum hoses and tubs between intake manifold, vacuum tank and swirl control valve actuator.
Once there - you can reach down from the top, and pull the alternator into the larger gap between the fan blades. Now i need to solve another problem that i live for more than 1 year. Posted on Sep 22, 2009 the 2004 sentra correct not listed as Swirl control valve position sensor online none on ebay etc if no other nissan vehicle part listing to suit the sentra possibly discontinued part might need to source a used one from a wrecker P1137 2004 Nissan Sentra Description Swirl control valve position sensor is installed on the intake manifold. Am I going down the right path here? Engine continues to run great. Because of this operation, this system tends to increase the burning speed of the gas mixture, improve fuel consumption, and increase the stability in running conditions. So here are a few closing thought for others who get this code: 1. What is making it stay shut? Because of this operation, this system tends to increase the burning speed of the gas mixture, improve fuel consumption, and increase the stability in running conditions.
Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful: Product price and shipping January 7, 2015 Reviewer: Ujah The part was accurate and the shipping was fast. Same with the 2nd long one. I took it to Autozone and they ran a scan. So I just ordered the solenoid valve online. While rotating the fan, bring the alternator around with it to the top and it will come out.