Nissan Altima 2007-2012 Service Manual: Diagnosis and repair work flow

Work Flow

OVERALL SEQUENCE

*1 SRC-12, "Trouble Diagnosis Introduction"

Introduction" *2 SRC-12, "SRS Operation Check"

*3 SRC-5, "Trouble Diagnosis with CONSULT-III"

*4 SRC-14, "Self-Diagnosis Function (Without CONSULT-III)"

DETAILED WORK FLOW

1.CUSTOMER INFORMATION

Get detailed information from the customer about the symptom.

>> GO TO 2

2.PRELIMINARY CHECK

Perform preliminary check. Refer to SRC-12, "Trouble Diagnosis Introduction".

>> GO TO 3

3.TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETINS

Check for technical service bulletins.

>> GO TO 4

4.USER MODE

Perform self-diagnosis using the "AIR BAG" warning lamp in User mode. Refer to SRC-12, "SRS Operation Check".

>> GO TO 5

5.SELF-DIAGNOSIS

Perform SELF-DIAGNOSIS. Refer to SRC-5, "Trouble Diagnosis with CONSULT-III" (w/CONSULT-III) or SRC-14, "Self-Diagnosis Function (Without CONSULT-III)" (w/o CONSULT- III).

>> GO TO 6

6.REPLACE PART

Replace the malfunctioning part.

>> GO TO 7

7.FINAL CHECK

Check SRS using Diagnosis mode and User mode.

Does Diagnosis mode and User mode indicate SRS normal? YES >> Inspection end.

NO >> GO TO 5

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    Evap leak check
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    Warning lights
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    Ignition signal
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