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2012 Nissan Versa 1.6S "Slip indicator light" issue

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Hi folks,
About a month ago, my 2012 Nissan Versa 1.6S started showing Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL). It wasn't flashing and as it did not cause any immediate problem in driving, I didn't think much of it. However since last 2 weeks, after 15-20 minutes of driving on complete dry roads the "Slip indicator light" comes along (not flashing) and the car speed comes down to a crawl. If I shutdown the and start the car after a couple of minutes then the light goes off. After 15-20 minutes of driving the same scenario repeats itself.

I took the car to a general mechanic and according to him, its not a mechanical issue. He used his tool to scan and told me that its an electrical issue. He got the following codes:

P2102 - Electric Throttle Control Circuit Bank 1,
C1105: RIGHT-REAR Censor 2,
C1130: Engine Signal 1,
U1000: CAN communication circuit

How should I approach to solve this issue?
Am I heading for an expensive repair? :(
Also I am based out of Montreal (specifically Notre-Dame-de-Grâce). Can anyone in the area please suggest a garage/mechanic that can fix this and won't rip me off.



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Sounds like the right rear sensor has gone bad. It slows down because the sensor thinks the car is sliding, and cuts power.
You need to replace the right rear hub to fix the issue, as the sensor is built into the hub.

Have you tried pushing the traction control button to override, or shut off the traction control?
I currently have a similar issue with one of my Saabs, but I just shut off the traction control to avoid the power cut off.
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