Nissan Juke - P0101 Help Requested
hello, a Nissan juke 2012 coming to my shop i change a new air flow meter still have the code P0101 i test all harness and wiring diagrams also same code, some time the light comes on the second day and no acceleration at rpm, there is no leak with smoke machine.
Check and clean the throttle body. and do a airflow relearn, also check for pcm updates. i know they released a few updates for this code.
Also seen a lot of aftermarket MAF sensors cause these codes … (we have a rule OEM ONLY)
Dont know what kind of replacement sensor was installed, but I have seen a bunch of issues with Nissan and aftermarket sensors.
Thank you , I changed the original part number from the dealer compatible with vin number . Maybe it need update ?
Check TSBs We do tons of reprogramming for this code on nissan.
Dealer sensor and update PCM to start. THEN if it comes back diagnose it but that should fix it
The TSB reflash almost always fixes this. Verify that the LTFT is not out of range after the reflash.
I agree the reflash is most likely the answer. But I would be sure and double check the air intake boot. Between the MAF and the throttle body.
thank you for all ,the intake boot between MAF and throttle body is good ,i will try to reflash ecu monday.
This vehicle does not fall under the TSB parameters for the reflash. I would suggest a factory (not an AM ‘compatible’ sensor) from the dealer, and a throttlebody cleaning and IAVL.
Check your Freeze frame. If the long and short trim (or Alpha) are in the normal ballpark, update the ECM software. Always works in my experience.
Check for air leaks after the MAF, replace MAF with OE-Nissan AF meter only, also may want to clean TB, although you run the risk of causing problems with that TB but it's never happened to me, check for ECM updates, reset self-learn A/F ratio so that the AF adjust is 0.000, idle air relearn, closed throttle learn. This is what I do, never had a comeback.
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