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Date Registered: 08-2012
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Re: Power reduction while using cruise control - ISSUE SOLVED


Ha ha excellent post mate glad its sorted .... should of kept the dato 1600 there worth just as much as an x-trail these days an without any of the problems emoticon
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Date Registered: 06-2012
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My wife just had this problem travelling from Brisbane to Proserpine, Nissan dealer blamed DPF and did a regeneration, aparently successfully but it didn't fix the problem, then tried to force regen again but it wouldn't do it, said the computer wouldn't let them, now saying the DPF has to be replaced. Xtrail has done 50,000 plus km.

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Date Registered: 02-2013
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Hi Al, though it is a while since you posted, I am curious how you got on since you had the car at the workshop.our problem seems the same as yours.
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Join the club, guys! My DPF failed at 28600km. I posted more about it in the DPF thread.

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Date Registered: 04-2013
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Hi all, I have 2012 petrol auto trail and it has exhibited this problem 3 times now. The third time was more of a problem with extra issues. This time the car lost all power and then surged to normal power, the taco dropped off and returned to normal revs with the set light flashing. This continued for a considerable time. Turning off the engine and sitting for 10 mins did not fix as in the last two episodes.
The next morning the cruise control worked again but when I turned on the park lights it reset. The car was still losing power for the remainder of the journey. The next day all was normal again. Waiting for Nissan dealer to check vehicle this Friday and find what is happening.
Also I have had the radio issue as we'll and finally unit played up enough for another Nissan dealer to sight and agree that it was indeed faulty.
Anyone have any ideas on the engine issue?
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Date Registered: 06-2012
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Our problem was resolved eventually after 2 DPF filters were fitted, the actual problem was a split pipe in the air intake system after the airflow meter which caused the engine to run too rich a fuel mixture which stuffed the DPF & a couple of other sensors.
Apparently any loss of power or engine problem can cause the cruise control to drop out.

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Date Registered: 06-2008
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This sounds like a bad earth issue.
As the cruise control works off the light circuit, check all for loose or bad connections.
Make sure all the lights work as well and check the globes.

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Date Registered: 07-2008
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quote:

morerams wrote:

Our problem was resolved eventually after 2 DPF filters were fitted, the actual problem was a split pipe in the air intake system after the airflow meter which caused the engine to run too rich a fuel mixture which stuffed the DPF & a couple of other sensors.
Apparently any loss of power or engine problem can cause the cruise control to drop out.



Given the MAF has been calling for a fuel rich mixture, I suspect the EGR circuit too will have coked up. It may be worth having this checked out. I had issues with an early version coupling hose from the turbo to the charge air cooler which was not reinforced as are the later ones and this too caused fuel rich supply.

What are you averaging consumption wise after the repairs?

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Date Registered: 11-2010
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Hi all,

I've experienced this a few years ago driving from Canberra to Cooma and after leaving the car off for about half an hour it reset itself.

However tonight, I began driving from Gold Coast to Brisbane and got about 15km up the road and car struggled to get to 100km/hr with foot on floor. 'Set' light on Cruise Control was flashing, but not now, but now car has put up the MIL light.

So after reviewing this topic, I'm going to take it to Nissan tomorrow, and get them to look for:

- Faulty Lambda Sensor; and
- Split pip in the air intake system after the airflow meter.

Griz.

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Date Registered: 11-2010
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UPDATE

The car was only taken overnight, and the engine light came on due to battery lpw voltage and ecm low voltage code.

Which is weird because the battery is only about 4 months old


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