Checked my file at the office, and the fuel pump and sensor are one component.
The fuel pump/sensor did not do it. They fixed it by replacing the entire instrument cluster. I received a letter as I remember at a later time about if you had in the past or had to in the future have the cluster replaced, it was covered under warranty, or maybe it was that the warranty was extended a couple more years. Sansing Nissan in Pensacola did the work, so if your dealer needs some more info...What ended up happening? I'm at the track right now and just got this error.
FYI, mine was my 2012, stock.Thanks, CrainP.
I'm just cleared the code. I'm running a tune and if I uninstall the tune to take it to the dealer, it'll probably be off the ecu history and they can't do anything.
Hopefully it doesn't happen again.
I keep having this code come on when my fuel level gets close to empty. As long as I keep the car above E at all times, the SES light never comes on. Do you think this is some fail safe that Nissan implemented to keep owners from running the car with very low fuel levels in it? I was only doing this to do a few drag passes.I thought they fixed these instrument clusters back on CBA? Keep up updated!