Question about 2005 Nissan Almera Tino
My 2005, 1.8L petrol tino was loosing revs over a period of time then it wouldnt rev above 2000rpm, didnt get me home now Obd2 fails to link & now it wont start what do I do now?
Check fuses and relays -vehicle went into limp mode check the fuse for the obdll usually the same one as the accessory/cig lighter if no fuses are blown than check power at the obdll port and computer which may be going bad or has already done so pin 16 is power
OBD II diagnostic interface pinout
Posted on Aug 26, 2016
Testimonial: "well checked all fuses..good, wagged the wires around on the back of the OBD port...opps weak power to the reader, total collapse of the electrics, weird things now happen, like the heater blower has come on, the screen that shows the info gone out, MIL warning light did NOT appear before I did any of this...madness!! so have taken the negative off the battery going to leave it over night to see what happens next, got a feeling that Renault have something to do with this now!! as Nissan went into cahoots with them to develop what was a good enough car previously (black top rocker box motor) not like this pile of do do!!"
From the obd2 does nt work that means you have a blown fuse, and you will notice you dont have a check engine light as well. so you just need to check fuse in the engine .
Posted on Aug 25, 2016
Testimonial: "checked all fuses good, MIL light was not on (you were right there) but after wobbling the wires on the back of the OBD port it all went loony, screen went out, heater blower came on, OBD2 reader would hardly light up could not turn the heater blower off, tried to turn engine over Zilch nada nix nothing, unable to control anything from the knobs switches, I'm giving up for the day so have taken the negative off the battery & let it rest over night, be out there again tomorrow with a collection of hammers I think !!"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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