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Helping an employe with a 2007 altima. Started up this

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Hello , helping an employe with a 2007 altima. Started up this morning and running rough and skipping. Got a list of codes:
U1000
U0415
B2014
B2557
B2562
B2601
B2603
B2604
B260F
B2607
B2611
B2617
C1709
C1710
C1711
C1724
C1725
C1726
C1727
C1729
Anything stand out?
Thanks Jonny
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Nissan
Expert:  Jake replied 1 year ago.

The main thing that stands out is the U1000, this indicates a possible control unit failure because it's a CAN communication code.

If you turn the key to ON position does the condensor fan come on?

Expert:  Jake replied 1 year ago.

Just from the massive list of codes in correlation with the U100 and U0415, it would be a good indication that the BCM has failed.

Expert:  Jake replied 1 year ago.

That being the case, i would first check for any obvious culprits like a fusible link blown on the positive battery post that might power the BCM or any major grounds coming loose like from the battery to transmission bell housing or the firewall.

assuming those check out it's probably a good indication the BC< has failed and will need replaced. This will also require the keys to be registered.