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Was the programming done that needed to be done by a dealer and the codes are still setting?
Let me know so we can continue,thanks Pete.
Have you actually checked with a scan tool to see if these codes cleared out or to see if they are stored in the computers memory as a history code?
O.k.,I think the only way you will get them to program the computer is if they see the code in current or history.If you did not clear them out with your scan tool when the codes set last and this was just recent that they had set the dealer should be able to see the codes still to do the reprogramming now.The only other cause is the catalytic converter itself (or both if you have 2 since you have 2 codes for them) would need replaced.They can intermittently set the code and is very common when they just start to fail/act up.I would see if you can get this reprogramming done to see if this corrects the fault first.
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Is the code P0430 set now?
O.k.,unfortunately the only way the dealer can reprogram the computer is if they see these codes.You might be able to contact Nissan customer service to see if they can push the dealer to reprogram it here.Then once this is done if the fault does come back then I suspect you may have a fault with the catalytic converter system needing replaced.
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