You can have up to 10 second starts. It will be driving well and then just completely turns off. I wouldn't buy a new O2 sensor. I give versa a break in between tries. We had about least 10-20 cold days prior to today. I sat there about 5 minutes, the radio was playing, and the car just stopped running. I'll work on it over the weekend and post my results.
I did a quick O2 sensor scan with the device and I can see and collect data for one of the O2 sensors but not the other. Print this screen and attach it to the Repair Order for Warranty documentation. It's more of an annoyance than a terminal problem. Momma PolskaOne did not raise a dummy. I tried again and versa would not start. This 30 cents hose can cause the valve to stay closed, keeping water in the pump and eventually, corrosion to occur. Unfortunately we do not have access to the full versions.
I did not want to keep turning the key to burn out the starter. Could it be the fuel injector or fuel filter? So I figured something was wrong. I went into the house to see if maybe if the versa needs some time for condensation or something to clear. I hope this info helps you my friends. From a simple google search - Google is your friend. This bulletin has been amended. About 6 months ago it started to have issues starting on the first try, and sometimes the second try.
It has 235,500 kilometres on it but the engine and transmission run quite well. Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day. Continue with the reprogramming procedure. It was cold here in the mid-atlantic states. . Regardless of how you approach it, you should get this fixed right away.
I believe in the manual there are only two steps you would need to do this for. Found the Electric Valve Switch leaking vacuum. I went out to my car to warm it up and wait for the blue temp lite to go out. Changes have been made throughout. Note the two O2 sensors are different: one of them is before the catalytic converter, the other one is after it. No other changes have been made. Nissan Bulletins are intended for use by qualified technicians, not 'do-it-yourselfers'.
According to others, this may be due to a check valve stuck open or closed. My Dad wonders if the warning light is on because of a oil change counter not being reset at the last oil change. The vacuum line runs close to the engine causing it to get brittle and crack. I tried pumping the pedal a few times and turn the key and versa would not start. Or, it could also be a leak in the output hose or a vacuum hose to the valves. Posted on Oct 17, 2012 I'm not sure where you got the codes.
O2 sensors have their own diagnostic trouble codes. I was like what the F because this car has 37,500 miles on it. Eventually, it started, and now the same problem is happening again. This is a widely known issue. This difference might explain why you aren't seeing data from both sensors.
I talked nice to versa and turned key and versa would not start. So then I called Nissan roadside assistance. The dealership will not charge you anything if the vehicle is still under warranty. Changes have been made throughout. Could it be too much juice to the alternator? See Amendment History on the last page.
That is making me suspicious. My fuel pump quit at around 137,000 miles. It appears that the dealership replaced it. Versa will not start with turning key. The update below was sent out to Regions and Dealers in August of this year. Is there an issue with buying a used Nissan-built O2 sensor on eBay? For example, I had a P0138 code a few years ago, and had the defective sensor changed, which obviously caused the code to go away. Well , it looks like my 2009 Versa needs a new fuel pump.