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darksould43

300rx Stagea at check light

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i was just driving around  today and helped out some tourists jumping starting their car, 2.5/5 v6 magnnum, and as i was driving away i notcied my at check light came on, this is the first time it has happened, tried turning the car on and off and still there, so i drove home, turned it off for a bit and before i went out for  adrive again i pput into 'd' and juist waited a bit before going anywhere and it didnt come on, anything i have to worry about? ill check if it does it again tomorrow, could it be taking off to quickly when putting it into gear?

 

p.s i also left the car running the whole time doing the jump start

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Test your battery and test your alternator output.

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Does the M35/V35 onwards have OBD2?

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been driving around today and it hasnt come on, im assuming it was just because of the jump starting the other car so everything should be good for now

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Yep its not enough to leave your engine running you need to give it some revs and hold it there when the starter kicks in.

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On 8/8/2018 at 5:35 PM, KiwiRS4T said:

Yep its not enough to leave your engine running you need to give it some revs and hold it there when the starter kicks in.

i was doing that, holding the revs high

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