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Old 01-10-2018, 02:11 AM   #11
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no Consult capability in the pickup until 98 (Frontier). Connector under the dash is check connector that Nissan used with a scan tool that they have. 96 & 97 Hardbody were OBD2 so you can use an App to monitor things and pull up codes.

Best suggestion on our trucks, being they are getting old is to replace ALL the vacuum lines, instead of checking them. A small crack or torn end can cause problems.

Also if you remove the IACV to clean it or the FICD, make sure the gasket is in good shape when you reassemble it, my gasket fell when I reinstalled the IACV and the truck would stall every time I came to a stop. Wasn't until I hooked up my home made smoke machine that I discovered the vacuum leak was from the gasket, new gasket solved the stalling problem.
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Bringing some old pictures back from the dead. The EGR solenoid is boxed in red. I believe a standard fuel injector connector will fit it. I typically use a 9V battery to test them, even though that's technically not the right way to do it. It should click when given power.



I agree with ahardb0dy above, might as well replace all the vacuum lines since the newest HB is now over 20 years old. It helps to do them one by one so you don't get confused. Here's the vacuum line routing diagram:
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maybe it was 95 when the obd2 mandate was passed for 1996 models. i might be confusing that date with the phase out of R12 to R134. both of those happened pretty close together.
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Per an article on OBD2 I read, 1995 Nissan vehicles with early version's of OBD2 were the Maxima and the 240sx.

Also says ALL 1996 & newer passenger cars and light trucks are OBD2 equipped.

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http://www.autotap.com/techlibrary/o...ent_future.asp

1994 was supposed to be the first year of R134A, some vehicles may have still had R12 depending on their actual production date, also found an article that says R134A is going to be banned in 2020 and all vehicles manufactured for 2021 model year will have a new refrigerant.

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https://refrigeranthq.com/the-end-of-r-134a/
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