2000 Nissan Maxima GLE from North America
Replacing your gas cap my solve your "Service Engine Soon" light problem
Service Engine Light for O2 Sensor.
Had to replace arm console.
Reading previous comments re: replacement of O2 sensors, I had to write a comment about might experience. My "Service Engine Soon" light came on after I had put gas into my car one cold morning. I found out my gas cap was not sealing properly thus causing the "Service Engine Soon" light to come on.
I took it to the dealership. The guy at the dealership told me all three sensors and a exhaust part needed to be replaced and the car would not pass my next emissions inspection. The cost $800 bucks!! The dealer charged me $95 dollars to tell me this.
I rode around with this light on for about 12 months until I got feed up with this light being on constantly. I order a new gas cap from Nissan to replaced the old gas. This solved my problem in a few days. While driving home from work one day, I notice the light had gone off. It has continued to stay off for over five months. Better yet, I passed my emission inspections today.
Try replacing your gas cap. The cost was only $25 bucks. Also, the guy at the dealership smiled when I told him I solved my $800 dollars problem with a $25 dollars gas cap.
Be careful. The dealership is all about making money any way possible.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 31st March, 2007