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Old 09-29-2011, 04:04 PM
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Hello I am new to the site and it looks to be full of great info so I am hoping I can get some help with these codes. I have a 2003 Nissan Altima 2.5S, standard shift transmission. I have seen two of these before P0507 and the P1456 and I cleared the codes and they come back frequently. I have tried different tightness on the gas cap for the 1456 and I did a relearn for the 0507 but cant seem to find it now. But the 1564 is a new one to me and like i said the other two keep coming back! Any help would be much appreciated.
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P0507 - From the menu tab click DIY, then click your vehicle type. Then click on Engine Control. There you will find Idle Air Volume Learning procedures.

P1564 - is your cruise control switch. Read Equiliibrium's thread. Have fun.
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Thank you for the help and the info to help navigate the site.
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Well I read the other thread and I posted a message to see if that actually fixed his problem but I haven't heard anything back just yet.
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well i heard back from a friend of mine on the p1456 and he told me that i need to pull a vacuum on the purge valve for the evap system? anyone know anything about this or where it is located???
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They're located in the fuel tank area. You can download the engine control manual to get a better view of the EVAP control system.
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Thank u again sir
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