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Hope everyone is doing fine.
I have nissan tiida 2008.
Yesterday night the engine warning light went on (check attachment). What could be the reason?
I have changed the battery recently and also changed engine oil 1000+ km before.
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the replies.
Sorry pimperell, I tried a lot but the file is not getting attached.
A friend of mine has OBD scanner. He did a scan and it didnt show any error codes.
He said it could be some memory overflow or something and did a reset.
The light is gone for now. He advised me to continue driving the car and keep a watch on the warning lights.
Please advice if we did the right thing?
Also, is it wise to buy a scanner and keep it for myself.
If so, which one would be appropriate.
Thanks all for your advises/suggestions.
I use a Scanguage II which runs about $150. It can read and clear codes, but it is also a "real time" information center that can display various information that you can customize to your liking. I have mine set for "water temperature", voltage, Rpms, and GPH used. It also has a trip calculator that you can use to see exactly what kind mileage you are getting and a host of other information that you can customize. It is portable, can be used on diesels and will work on almost any vehicle. Good luck with your car.