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  • Nissan Used Cars for sale in UAE

    • 2014 Nissan Tiida Urgent Sale
      2014 Nissan Tiida Urgent Sale
    • Nissan Maxima 2001 V6
      Nissan Maxima 2001 V6
    • Nissan Tiida Model 2014 Gcc
      Nissan Tiida Model 2014 Gcc
    • Nissan Altima 2012
      Nissan Altima 2012
    • Nissan Altima 2005/ Full Automatic
      Nissan Altima 2005/ Full Automatic
    • Nissan Altima 2010 Fully Loaded Vgc
      Nissan Altima 2010 Fully Loaded Vgc
    • Urgent Sale Nissan X-Trail 2013
      Urgent Sale Nissan X-Trail 2013
    • Nissan Altima 2005
      Nissan Altima 2005
    • 2009 - Nissan Sunny
      2009 - Nissan Sunny
    • 2012 Nissan Tida Hatchback 1.8 Ltr Gulf Spec
      2012 Nissan Tida Hatchback 1.8 Ltr Gulf Spec
    • Well Maintained Nissan Murano 2005
      Well Maintained Nissan Murano 2005
    • Nissan Altima Model 2007
      Nissan Altima Model 2007
    • Nissan Tiida Sedan 2012 Red Good Condition
      Nissan Tiida Sedan 2012 Red Good Condition
    • Nissan - Altima 2011
      Nissan - Altima 2011
    • Nissan Altima Model : 2006
      Nissan Altima Model : 2006
    • Nissan Altima 2009
      Nissan Altima 2009
    • Nissan Pathfinder Full Option 2005
      Nissan Pathfinder Full Option 2005
    • Nissan Altima 2010 For Sale
      Nissan Altima 2010 For Sale
    • Nissan X-Trail 2015... Automatic
      Nissan X-Trail 2015... Automatic
    • Nissan Tiida 1.8 Sv Sedan
      Nissan Tiida 1.8 Sv Sedan
  • Nissan Latest Posts

    • @Barry provides an excellent description of the difference between a  professional technician, and a hack mechanic who should not be allowed to work on a wheelbarrow, much less a Honda 50.  I also use the scanner Barry mentions in his post, and for any doubters out there, my machine sometimes catches pending codes that my dealer-grade Bosch equipment misses. The foregoing just to say that if you need codes extracted, @Barry has the equipment to do it. 
    • Thanks @Barry, I will bring my ride one of these days and you can check what the other guy was complaining about, as he said it was not 16 pins and none of the 4 adapters he tried fixed with my connector.
    • I have a huge box of adapters but 99% of the time I just use one one Bluetooth adaptor.  It's standard odb shape with 16 pins but has some trick circuitry inside that allows it to adapt to read almost anything. Generally, I only need a different adapter for older cars like BMW and Mercedes that have a different plug shape but nowadays it's all standardized. I'm using Launch X-431 Pro software on android which is basically a copy of the dealer software and gives me full scan and programming capability. As long as I stay on top of the updates, if the main dealer can do it, I can also do it. I can remember using some of the older snap on diagnostic systems where you had to change different 'keys' in the the adapter in order to read the ecu. Things have come only really fast, even in the past 2 years. As for some garages not being able to read some cars, that's the difference in spending 50dhs on a generic code reader and spending 9000dhs on the proper tool for the job.  One thing I've seen a lot of is 'mechanics' scanning for fault codes and blindly changing parts to make the problem go away without any real understanding of what the code means or how the system works. For example, a code will come up for airflow meter. They will fit a new one at 6-700 without even have taking any readings to see what is actually going on. The problem could have been a loose hose clip but they just fitted a 700dhs airflow meter which didn't fix the problem, 'because that's what the computer said'. There's a lot of guys here who call themselves 'full mechanic' when realistically all they are good for is changing oil and brake pads. I spend a lot of my time teaching and training and honestly, it can be frustrating sometimes. A lot of it spent trying to undo bad habits and false information that has been taught by people who shouldn't be working on anything bigger than a Honda 50. Anyway, I digress, initial computer diagnostic scan will always be free with me for carnity members. 
    • I don't need the OBD II reader right now, but wanted to get it fixed if required, just in case the need arises. However what would interest me is if there is an adapter with Barry that might fit my Pathy.
    • Im also waiting for this free offer


  • Nissan UAE Businesses

    • Nissan New Car Dealer in UAE
      Nissan New Car Dealer in UAE
    • Nissan Used Car Dealer in UAE
      Nissan Used Car Dealer in UAE
    • Nissan Gen-Service Workshop in UAE
      Nissan Gen-Service Workshop in UAE
    • Nissan Spare Parts-Accessories in UAE
      Nissan Spare Parts-Accessories in UAE
    • Nissan Used Parts / Scrapyards in UAE
      Nissan Used Parts / Scrapyards in UAE