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Old 04-11-2017, 12:12 PM
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Default 2007 Altima OBDI CODE is longer than 4 digits

I have a 2007 Altima that has the Hybryd warning and check engine light indicating on my dash board. After reading and successful getting the code it comes up with 0 (ten slow flashes) followed by 11 faster flashes , then 13 faster flashes followed by 4 even faster flashes. The code seems like it is 011134 but all I can find are four digit codes that start with the letter P no matter where I look. Basically my car isn't operating in the Hybryd mode at all but the HV DC battery is charging. Any ideas where to find a solution? Thanks in advance.

I forgot to mention that Nissan didn't hve Hybryd technology figured out yet so the 2007 Altima is using Toyota. Technology for this system.

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You should have you local AutoZone to check the code for you, it's free and more accurate. Many auto repair shops will read the code free for you as well.
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You can get an OBD II code reader at Walmart for $20 or for another $10 get an OBD II and CAN code reader. It comes in handy.

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