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Old 05-23-2007, 06:16 AM
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I've got a 2002 Maxima SE with 102,6XX Miles on it. The P1147 and P0139 codes are pretty obvious to me as being O2 Sensor related. However, the P1610 and P1615 codes and why my car didn't start for 2 days and now starts and runs beautifully, is confusing me! Further explanation on the no start....the car would crank and crank (potentially until the battery died and/or starter fried) but would never fire. It did this for two days and then I come outside this morning to try to start it and it fires right up and has been starting everytime I turn it off and back on. The CPS recall has been performed on it back in May of 2004.

So my main question is, why would I get those last two codes and how do I fix them, as well as, could they be somehow related to my no start condition?:confused:
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For more information about the O2 sensor here is a bulletin: 2000 2002 NISSAN MAXIMA; MIL "ON" WITH REAR O2 SENSOR DTC P0138/P0139/P0140/P0158/P0159/P0160/P1147/P1167

Now, the P1610 and P1615 codes are for the NATS System (Nissan Anti-Theft System). Sometimes if there is an interference with the key or the key is damage, it may cause the not start situation and it will set those codes. Here is a bulletin with more information about the NATS system: Service Bulletins Nissan Cars
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I've got a 2002 Maxima SE with 102,6XX Miles on it. The P1147 and P0139 codes are pretty obvious to me as being O2 Sensor related. However, the P1610 and P1615 codes and why my car didn't start for 2 days and now starts and runs beautifully, is confusing me! Further explanation on the no start....the car would crank and crank (potentially until the battery died and/or starter fried) but would never fire. It did this for two days and then I come outside this morning to try to start it and it fires right up and has been starting everytime I turn it off and back on. The CPS recall has been performed on it back in May of 2004.

So my main question is, why would I get those last two codes and how do I fix them, as well as, could they be somehow related to my no start condition?:confused:
I am not going to offer any thoughts on the diagnostic codes, but a realy stupind thing related to the no start happened to me when I got my Nissan. All was great, then it would not start. No idea why until we discovered it was a bad key. Normally we always use one set of keys. One of the 2 programmed keys was bad and whenever we tried to use it, no go. The car, which we bought used because it was a lemon law turn in, was turned in because one of the original keys was bad. We replaced it and that went away. It may not be your problem, but if you have more than one key, it is a simeple test to see.
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I can't believe the same thing happened to me! I was about to rip everything apart, fuel pump, crank sensors, ecm, etc... I need to thank you for posting this and making me realize that I was trying to start the car w/ an old key that I haven't used in years. Amazing when I went to use the regular daily key that it sparked right up! The dealer wanted me to bring it in and charge me crazy money to diagnose, never did they mention try using another key, A-holes...
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I have a 2005 nissan pathfinder that i tried to progam the key to servel times and it gaved code p1610 and i can't same to delete from the ecm. Can someone show me how to do it?
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