2004 Nissan Maxima • 3.5L V6 Automatic • 163,000 miles
I need help fixing this problem I took my car to get diagnostic tested codes: P0726, P0780, P1168, P1051 I talked to two people and both of them said code: P1051get it fixed first too see what happens but I'm still lose and your help will be appreciated
Th 1051 and 1168 may be a bad O2 sensor on bank 1 position 1. Of course it could also be something else. Also check battery for condition including load test. A pro shold diagnose thisone because there are some problems with a cam sensor that connects to the same can line and causes errant codes.
Ok I will take care of that first also quick question can I clean me mass air flow sensors with the spray called CRC mass air flow sensor cleaner? Just dint wan mess nothing up thanks for the help.
Yes just clean it with the car off and wait until dries, it probably won't do anything code wise though.
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