23 July 2014
Hi I just bought a nissan micra 1.5 diesel and there is a blue temperature light coming on on the dash its not staying on tho it just comes on and off is this something serious also the central locking keeps going on and off by itself thanks
My Nissan Micra Sport plus has NEVER passed an M.O.T test since I bought it from new. Last year the engine management light came on and I was told it was the timing chain. I paid £500 and the light came on a week later. I was then told it was the lambda sensor so paid £120 pound the light did not go off, so got other sensor changed and guess what? Yep, the light is still on. Now the abs and hanbrake light comes on when I go over 60 miles per hour. A useless car, I will never, ever, buy a Nissan again! I have been told that the bits inside the engine are now Renault parts. That explains everything!
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It seems to be the ECU of car, which has gone mad and keeps giving wrong electrical signals of sensors. As ECU is the main communication hub, if this go crazy one can imagine what could be the result - N H from Lancashire
Have recently parted with my second Micra, she had done 105,00 miles and was as sweet as a nut with only some small faults, (wiper assembly, bearings three times). She went through the last few winters and started perfectly. Befoere I had a Micra I drove a Rover, but was offered a Micra as a courtesy car and was hooked! Best car in over 30 years of motoring. Just bought a 1.2 micra Acenta connect. I would recommend one to anyone.
I have had my micra for 3 months and its already a big part of me, best car you can ever buy.
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