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Is there a engine disable circuit on a 1997 nissan quest? I

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Is there a engine disable circuit on a 1997 nissan quest? I did an engine swap, I have spark,fuel, good cranking,but the red light blinks under the dash. please help, Rudy
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Nissan
Expert:  Chris(aka-Moose) replied 1 year ago.

Nissan did not install a red light under the dash. This is an aftermarket alarm or immobilizer or remote start system that is disabling the vehicle. If you remote key fob nor key in the ignition can disable this alarm then follow the wiring on that red light to a module. You will then see its not OEM. I would recommend removing all of it and mending any wire splicing that was done.

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Thanks Chris