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post #1 of 9 Old 07-31-2015, 11:48 PM Thread Starter
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I'm frustrated and stuck, please help!

alright here it goes. About 2 weeks ago my wife was driving her car and her overheat light came on. turns out it was a hole in the radiator so I took that one out, spilled about a quart of ATF in the process. Well I ordered a new radiator and got it yesterday. So this morning I put the new one in and got everything hooked up and filled the radiator and overflow with the Nissan blue coolant. I haven't put any fluid in the tranny yet because it still says its full which is hard to believe after spilling some. so that's one of my questions. The other one that is really puzzling me is I started it up to check for leaks or anything weird and the ABS, Slip and Low Tire warning lights are on? What does this mean? Thank you for reading.
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Disconnect the battery, touch the negative and positive cables together if they reach, then reconnect.
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Check the trans fluid after its warmed up too
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Disconnect the battery, touch the negative and positive cables together if they reach, then reconnect.
That didn't work :/
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Check the trans fluid after its warmed up too
It was low, but the lights are still on
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I think your best bet is to get a scanner and check for codes.
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I think your best bet is to get a scanner and check for codes.
would it hurt driving to auto zone about 4 miles away? Even with those lights on?
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Well it's either pure coincidence or you pinched/broke/unplugged something in the process of taking the rad out or putting the new one in. If you have a CAN line communication code or multiple codes then you probably broke a wire or routed it too close to some interference like a fan motor.
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Well it's either pure coincidence or you pinched/broke/unplugged something in the process of taking the rad out or putting the new one in. If you have a CAN line communication code or multiple codes then you probably broke a wire or routed it too close to some interference like a fan motor.
Well now I feel like a stupid idiot. The second the wheels hit the road the lights went off! I drove it about 10 miles and everything seems to be working perfect! Thank you all for all the help!
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