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Nissan Primastar Glow Plug Light

Posted By johnhewitson Saturday, December 17, 2016 4:13:54 PM
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hi, my van is starting to get a bit of a problem. as im driving sometimes the glow plug light comes on and i have a total loss of power. if i pull over, turn engine off for a minute and start back up the problem goes away, but sometimes not for long. it happened yesterday, drove for about 4 miles and i got a loss of power but still drivable, then after another mile or so the light came on and had no power at all. pulled over, turned off and back on and drove another 60 mile or so that day and had no other issues. but today, again after about 4 miles i got loss of power and again about a mile later the light came on. after engine off and back on it happened again about 3 mile later. later on drove all the way home about 10 miles with no issues. does anyone have any answers to what it could be? hopefully an easy fix.
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 Posted Saturday, December 17, 2016 9:24:22 PM
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Year ? Engine code ? AND you need to get a code read done with GOOD code reader.

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hi,
A mate of mine said it could be the maf sensor a couple of days after this started happening.
i took the connection off and sprayed with wd40, also a few other connections aswell.
since then the van has been spot on and faster than ever. so looked like either damp in connections or maybe one was a bit loose.
cheers for replying.

john.
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Pleased you seem to have got it sorted but I would have used contact cleaner rather than WD40 (messy stuff!).

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Hey

I also got a Nissan NP200 1.5DCi (Renault Engine). Lately My glow-plug light started appearing as I drive and I lose power when the light is on. Sometimes I just depress the accelerator and the light goes away and the power returns for a bit. Well it got worse, where the Light stayed on permanently. The vehicle goes into a safe or limp mode and that's terrible. I drove for 360km's on a slow go. I read it could be the EGR Valve, so I took it out and cleaned it, seemed to work at first but to my disappointment the light comes on now and then still. Any advice?
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Paul,

Have the fault codes read and then open a new topic of your own.
Include all relevant information including the description and the numbers of the fault codes read.
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nissan primestar go i to limp mod wen he is driving

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Really !!! Makes no sense and you have given us nothing for us to help you.

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Please donot latch onto old post Josh .plus can you read Guide lines on home page with regards requirements.

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The OP doesn't seem to have been back. Which is a shame because that had all the signs of becoming an "interesting" thread.And from one of our more senior citizens as well. Shows as 92 years old.

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